Melbourne: Geneva has been found to be the world's most expensive city after a comparison of the price of club sandwiches sold at hotels around the world.

According to's "Club Sandwich Index", the average cost of the classic chicken, egg and bacon sandwich was a whopping 30.45 dollars in Geneva, reported a website.

The index compares prices paid by travelers at hotel restaurants in each city, and aims to give holidaymakers a sense of how expensive their destination is. It also showed the effects of currency changes since last year.

Sydney made the top ten, coming in at number nine - down one spot from last year and just ten cents below London - with an average price of 20.53 dollars.
Last year's most expensive city, Paris - the world capital of fine dining - slipped to number two with an average sandwich going for 27.45 dollars.

Northern Europe seemed to be a pricey place to dine, with Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen rounding out the top five.

Rome, Tokyo, London, Sydney and Hong Kong make up the rest of the top ten.


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