Coffee has become quite a luxury these days with shops selling everything from classic cappuccinos to fancy java-infused drinks at prices that can break the bank. So it's nice to know where you can find an affordable cup of joe but also where to go for those times when you want to indulge in expensive coffee.
We've gathered two interesting charts that highlight coffee prices across the United States and international cities like Seoul, Paris, Istanbul, Hong Kong and Dubai. If you travel often you'll find it very helpful, as you'll be able to plan your budget accordingly.
So what city sells the most expensive cappuccino? That would be Dubai where this frothy delicacy costs $4.35. Hong Kong and Paris coming in second and third places on the list. For a real bargain you'll have to head to Istanbul where a cappuccino will cost less than $2. Now, that's a steal!
This infographic from Netflights is geared at Starbucks lovers and focused on the price of a grande latte around the world. It's interesting to note that, in contrast to the previous chart, this one finds that Copenhagen sells the most expensive latte. According to research, the price is due to several factors including rental costs.
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