Eastern Europe

Warsaw

The capital of Poland is clustered into 18 different boroughs. Its historic city center has carried the title of a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980. It was destroyed during World War II and rebuilt using its own rubble and the reference points of 18th century Italian paintings of the city. Grzybowski Square is a popular meeting place to explore the surrounding neighborhoods of Mirow and Powisle.

City rank out of 77 cities

Price level
63
Earning level
46
Purchasing power
47
Lower
Purchasing Power
Prices: All prices (USD)
Earnings: Average Earnings
Higher
Purchasing Power
Loading data
Africa
Asia
Eastern Europe
Middle East
North America
Oceania
South America
Western Europe
2018
Compare the purchasing power against another city in the world.
See the purchasing power of different professions.
For more information, please read our methodology.

Facts about Warsaw

Price Level Index
Warsaw
56.8
New York
100.0
Global rankingShow all cities
1
5
63
77
Earnings Level Index
Warsaw
26.7
New York
100.0
Global rankingShow all cities
1
7
46
77
Working Time
Warsaw
0/ 32.8m
New York
0/ 15.2m
Global rankingShow all cities
1
12
45
77
Purchasing Power Index
Warsaw
47.1
New York
100.0
Global rankingShow all cities
1
10
47
77
Did you know…
Europe's most congested city causes its inhabitants to spend an average of 106 hours per year stuck in traffic, something to bear in mind before hitting the roads at rush hour.