Cost of living in Copenhagen (Denmark) is 21% more expensive than in Munich (Germany)

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These prices were last updated on November 27, 2022. Exchange rate: 0.13423 EUR / DKK
For example, you would need at least €8,572 (kr63,857) in Copenhagen to maintain the same standard of living that you can have with €7,100 in Munich.

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