Where the rich live: the world's wealthiest neighborhoods
Living in luxury sounds great, but what does a wealthy world look like?
The sweet life: marble floors, gold toilets, and chandeliers. Living in luxury sounds great, but what does a wealthy world look like? You may be familiar with expensive cities like London and Los Angeles, home to royalty and A-list names. However, the world’s richest are spoiled for choice, and don’t have to settle for measly mansions in Beverly Hills. There’s exclusive neighborhoods around the world, from Billionaire Square in Belgium, to Romazzino Hill in Sardinia.
Nearly every country around the world has a place for the posh and wealthy. But these areas aren’t just for rich retailers. Embassies and consulates tend to be located in upscale neighborhoods in major cities. Elsewhere, affluent areas are also home to flagship stores for luxury brands, be it a jeweler or a major fashion house. Sometimes, rich celebs just want to live in convenience. Calabasas is closely located to Los Angeles, keeping Kim Kardashian connected to the City of Angels. Meanwhile, Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has lived on the coast of Monaco, which hosts a world famous Grand Prix every May.
With that said, it’s time to take a tour of the world’s wealthiest neighborhoods. From Egypt’s secret Garden City to Dubai’s expansive Palm Jumeirah, it’s time to ride through the richest roads around the world.
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