November 2019

8 Most Expensive Cities to Buy a Cappuccino

The classic cappuccino was first made in Italy during the early 1900s. It wasn’t until after World War II that it began growing in popularity world wide, officially spreading to America in the 1980s. In honor of National Cappuccino Day, here are the eight most expensive cities in the world for a cappuccino according to a survey by Deutsche Bank. 1. Copenhagen, Denmark ($6.30) 2. Dubai, United Arab Emirates ($6.00) 3. Hong Kong, China ($5.70) 4. Oslo, Norway ($5.50) 5. Paris, France ($5.50) 6. Singapore ($5.40) 7. Shanghai, China ($5.30) 8. Boston, Massachussets ($5.20)