Palma: the most expensive city in Spain

PALMA has been announced as the most expensive Spanish city to live in by website Numbeo.

Numbeo is the world’s largest database of user-contributed data about cities’ and countries’ cost of living, housing indicators, traffic and crime, amongst other lifestyle conditions.

The website has compared data from eight different Spanish cities and concluded that Palma de Mallorca is the most expensive, followed by Alicante, Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and A Coruña. The two cheapest cities according to this website are Seville and Malaga.

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