3: Valletta, Malta
Valletta, Malta, is only marginally more expensive. Malta, a three-island country in the Mediterranean, is a gleaming gem of the First World. Malta is practically a perfect EU member because its multilingual populace speaks English almost exclusively. Excellent healthcare is available, and travel throughout Europe is simple. The people of Malta are friendly and welcoming, and they have a distinctive culture. For an average price of US$1,320 per square meter right now, you might own a piece of one of the most historic towns in the world, Valletta, which was constructed in the 16th century under the control of the Knights Hospitaller, or Knights of Malta.
It should be noted that Malta has restrictions on foreigners purchasing real estate there. When purchasing an apartment, you must invest at least 104,737 euros, and when purchasing a home, you must invest at least 174,514 euros.