Back in May, Glassdoor published their findings on “The 11 Most Expensive Cities To Live In Europe,” where they listed: 

1. Geneva

2. Zurich

3. London

4. Oslo

5. Bergen

6. Copenhagen

7. Paris

8. Dublin

9. Stockholm

10. Helsinki

11. Amsterdam

Glassdoor's cost of living index takes into account income versus how much money is needed to buy a standard basket of goods and services in different countries, including groceries, restaurants, transportation, utilities and rent.

Now, this article looks at the other end of the spectrum to list out the nine least expensive European cities to live in.

You likely won’t be surprised that none of these are in Switzerland, none are Nordic and none are London!