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Moscow Hotels Are Not the Most Expensive Ones Anymore
26.07.2011 10:43
Moscow Hotels Are Not the Most Expensive Ones Anymore

The capital of Russia is known as the most expensive city of Europe, but the situation has changed a little bit recently. For the present time Moscow has moved to the second place in the list of costly hotels. The leadership belongs now to the Swiss ones, exactly to Zurich. The average cost of living in the hotels of Zurich is 160 euros, while in Moscow this figure is "only" 148 euros.


As the estate experts say, the rise of the hotel prices has been noted in many European capitals. The most considerable changes are observed in Amsterdam, Paris, and Istanbul. But outside Europe the situation is much better, in 13 of 20 cities the tendency for price lowering is obvious.



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