Turns out, Macedonia's the cheapest game in town with a price index of 47, while Bulgaria follows close behind with 48 and Albania closes out the top three with 50. In fact, a whopping seven of the 10 cheapest European countries are located on the Balkan peninsula, with the sole outliers being Poland (56), Hungary (57), and Turkey (61).
The most expensive countries, meanwhile, are hardly surprising: Switzerland led the priciest pack on the continent (154), followed by Norway (148) and Denmark (138). This doesn't explain why the Swiss are so damn happy, though.
Here are the full top 10 lists for Europe's cheapest and most expensive countries: