Copenhagen among most expensive cities to stay overnight in Europe

Christian Wenande
September 7th, 2021

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Danish capital ranked fifth overall out of forty cities surveyed by Cheaprooms.co.uk

Unlucky for some … expensive for others (photo: Pixabay)

With more and more international travellers venturing abroad these days, perhaps it’s once again prudent to sally forth with one of those overnight expense rankings.

And to perhaps no-one’s surprise, Copenhagen finds itself ranked among the most expensive cities to stay in. 

According to a September 2021 survey by Cheaprooms.co.uk, the Danish capital was ranked fifth overall with an average price of 83 UK pounds per night for the cheapest available double room.

Only Zurich (£113), Hamburg (£95), Milan (£92) and Reykjavík (£91) were found to be more expensive.

READ ALSO: Copenhagen ranked the best cycling city in the world

Affordable in Istanbul
At the opposite end of the spectrum, Istanbul offered up the most affordable average price at just £15, preceded by Riga, Prague, Moscow and Krakow.

While it seems dour reading for some, there may be some good news for travellers hunting for a bargain as only centrally-located hotels rated at least three stars were considered for the survey.

Check out all the rankings below. 


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