How can we compare Nepal with Switzerland

Hotels and restaurants: Poland is 47% cheaper.

Poland

4x
cheaper

3x

2x

Switzerland

2x

3x

4x
more expensive

Example:
A hotel stay / restaurant dinner that cost 50 dollars/euro in Switzerland would costs about 27 dollars/euro in Poland.

Groceries: Poland is 56% cheaper.

Poland

4x
cheaper

3x

2x

Switzerland

2x

3x

4x
more expensive

Example:
A bag of groceries that cost 50 dollars/euro in Switzerland would costs about 22 dollars/euro in Poland.

Alcohol: Poland is 38% cheaper.

Poland

4x
cheaper

3x

2x

Switzerland

2x

3x

4x
more expensive

Example:
In the stores, wine, beer or other alcohol that cost 10 dollars/euro in Switzerland would costs about 6 dollars/euro in Poland.

Clothes: Poland is 9% cheaper.

Poland

4x
cheaper

3x

2x

Switzerland

2x

3x

4x
more expensive

Example:
Clothes that cost about 50 dollars/euro in Switzerland would costs about 46 dollars/euro in Poland.

Entertainment: Poland is 49% cheaper.

Poland

4x
cheaper

3x

2x

Switzerland

2x

3x

4x
more expensive

Example:
Books, movie tickets, and museum fees that cost 10 dollars/euro in Switzerland would costs about 5 dollars/euro in Poland.

Transport: Poland is 31% cheaper.

Poland

4x
cheaper

3x

2x

Switzerland

2x

3x

4x
more expensive

Example:
Train, bus, or taxi charges that cost 10 dollars/euro in Switzerland would costs about 7 dollars/euro in Poland.

Health: Poland is 74% cheaper.

Poland

4x
cheaper

3x

2x

Switzerland

2x

3x

4x
more expensive

Example:
dollars/euro in Switzerland would costs about 13 dollars/euro in Poland.

Communication: Poland is 23% cheaper.

Poland

4x
cheaper

3x

2x

Switzerland

2x

3x

4x
more expensive

Example:
dollars/euro in Switzerland would costs about 39 dollars/euro in Poland.

Source: The data come from the World Bank, a major international organization with headquarters in Washington D.C., and is the most reliable source of international price data available anywhere. We use the latest report from 2005. Therefore the numbers should be interpreted with caution. However, relative price levels across countries do not change rapidly and the numbers are still valid for most countries. That is true especially for the richer countries where prices and exchange rates do not change much over time. We will update the data when new reports become available.