10. Copenhagen Denmark's capital, known for its Little Mermaid statue and bike-friendly culture, is a major regional center of business, shipping, information technology and life science research, all of which contribute significantly to the city's economy. Forbes magazine says the city's international schools and private medical facilities make it one of the 10 best places to live in Europe. 2009 rank: 7 No matter where you travel, you can find savings. To get tips on how you can make the most of your dollars, consult our budget tips page. For a list of the least expensive cities in the world in 2010, click here.
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