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Hotels and restaurants in Montenegro are the most expensive in the region, while Switzerland is the most expensive in Europe, according to data from the European Union statistics agency Eurostat for 2021.

As reported by RTCG, Montenegro is the first in terms of the cost of hotels and restaurants, with about 57 percent more than the European average, followed by Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (55 percent).

Albania and North Macedonia are the cheapest in the region, but also among the cheapest in all of Europe, with 46.2 percent of the European average.  At the back is Turkey, where you can find the cheapest accommodation and food in Europe.

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The most expensive European country is Switzerland, whose hotels and restaurants pay 168 percent of the European average.

According to Eurostat data, nominal costs per inhabitant for hotels and restaurants in 2021 amounted to 1,067 euros, while in Switzerland they exceeded 2,200 euros.

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