Experts estimate the cost of housing in close proximity to famous tourist attractions and made a list of the most expensive areas in the world, writes the Daily Mail.
In the ranking of the analysts estimated the value of the property at a distance of approximately 1.5 km from the 20 most visited attractions in comparison with housing at a distance from these popular tourist destinations.
For example, wishing to live near the famous Hollywood sign have to pay for housing is approximately $1.5 million, which is 1057% higher than the cost of homes in any other area of Los Angeles.
Did the Hollywood hills, the leader of the rating of the most expensive attractions.
In second place was the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Housing near world’s tallest building (its height is 828 m) will cost $1 million, up 687% more expensive than property in other areas of the city.
Closed the three of leaders of the obelisk of Washington, situated between the Capitol and the White house.
Property next to this monument at 678% more expensive than anywhere else in the US capital and is worth about $2.5 million.
The top 10 also included the Sydney Opera house (it increases the value of the property is close to 459%), Eiffel tower (334%), the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao (171%), the Golden gate bridge in San Francisco (264%).
Also on the list were the Brandenburg gate in Berlin, the Italian leaning tower of Pisa and London’s big Ben.
The only places where housing is cheaper than in other parts of the city is the Roman Colosseum. Although the price difference is only 0.1%.