London and New York City offer renowned restaurants, vibrant nightlife and unmatched attractions … for a price.
Both capitals are often featured on lists of the world's most expensive cities (although London didn't crack the top 10 in the latest Worldwide Cost of Living survey, thanks to the pound's depreciation after Brexit).
Take a look at average rental prices, transportation costs and more, which are all shown in U.S. dollars. London is represented in blue, while New York is represented in orange. You can see SpareRoom's full report here.
New Yorkers use the subway, while Londoners ride the tube, which is slightly more expensive. If you're cabbing it, you'll also pay more in London.