Managua: Cheapest capital in Latin America
Managua is the least expensive city in Latin America, according to Mercer's 2015 Cost of Living Survey, which ranks world capitals by cost of living for expatriates.
The Nicaraguan capital is the world’s eighth cheapest, in position 199 of 207 cities.
Tegucigalpa is second cheapest in the region, while Panama City is the most expensive.
The least expensive in the world is Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, while the most expensive is Luanda, Angola.
The survey lists cities from most expensive to least. (Numbers in the parentheses indicates the place of the city in the world ranking).
1. Managua (199)
3. San Salvador (177)
4. Ciudad de Guatemala (149)
5. San José (110)
6. Ciudad de Panamá (104)