Traveling is the best form of therapy… of de-stressing. Thankfully, there are holiday destinations for all types of budgets. But if you’re someone who has more than enough cash to splurge, then you should check out the most expensive places in the world. These cities or countries are considered the most costly of destinations with regards to airport charges, air taxes, hotel rates, fuel prices and cost of living. Here are some of the priciest vacation spots for someone who has more cash to spare:
Visiting the Holy Land will require you to spend at least $1,912 a night. One of the reasons many people travel here is the slew of historical landmarks that do the country. Some of them include the Dead Sea, Jordan, Judean Hills, Golan Heights, Tel Aviv and Wadi Rum. While here, you should stay at Brown (Tel Aviv’s coolest boutique hotel), Mamilla (a symbol of modern Jerusalem) or Sun City (a Bedouin-style tented camp in a remote area).
Here, you’ll be spending at least $1,199 per night. Some of the must-see sights in Norway include Geirangerfjord (a UNESCO World Heritage Site where you can enjoy an exciting cruise), Lysefjord (one of the country’s most photographed tourist spots), Hardangerfjord (third longest the world) and Vagsoy (an island that has three pretty lighthouse you can check into).
Australia has always been known to be a top travel destination due to its unique landscape, cool beaches, exotic wildlife and more. This country is also dynamic in that it constantly tries to re-invent itself to make it a top tourist spot. Some of the reasons you should visit here despite its $4,897 a night average spending include its gastronomic masterpieces, superb architecture and notable literature, to name a few.
Paris is the most visited places in this country, but there are other exciting destinations you should check out when in France. There’s Cote-d’Azur, Provence, Languedoc-Roussillon, Aquitaine Coast and Brittany, among many others. If you want a more relaxed atmosphere though, you should check out Burgundy where you can sample first-class wines.