7. Finland

Not all but some cities in Finland are very expensive to live in. The cost of living in Finland depends greatly on whether you live in Helsinki or not. Helsinki is one of the world’s most expensive cities. Because Finland is geographically isolated, food is very expensive, too.


6. Denmark

Denmark’s high tax rates, often 41 percent of an item’s price will go to the Danish government through sales tax and corporate tax. In order for businesses to pay their expenses, such as employee wages, the government must charge a higher price on Danish goods