With so many of them already built, Dublin will be the most sought after location in 2021.
This was one of the most important factors that helped decide which of the seven new cities the National Capital Region will be represented by.
Dublin’s population has grown by over 40 per cent since the census was taken in 2015.
However, it is only now that the city is becoming a major international destination for tourists, as it is one of just four big centres of globalisation.
This means it will be more appealing for international tourists to move to the capital.
Dubai is the biggest of the six new cities to make the list.
But while it is already the most expensive city in the world to live, it will cost the country over €2 billion ($2.9 billion) to get the entire city onto the list, which means the average price per capita is almost €50,000, according to figures from the Institute of International Economics.
Dubrie, in the south of the country, will be in second place behind Dublin.
The average price for a one-bedroom apartment in the city has risen by almost €1,500 ($1,958) since 2015, which has resulted in an average rent of €2,700 ($3,040).
The average wage is now €30,640, which is more than double the €13,000 ($18,000) it was in 2015, the report said.
Dublín has had an average price increase of almost €2 million since the start of the census, but it has been overtaken by Dublin and Cork.
The most expensive part of the city to live is the suburbs, where prices have risen by €1 million ($1.3 million) over the same period.
Dubliners are not the only ones enjoying an upward trend in prices.
The cost of living in Cork and Dublin has also increased over the last decade, while prices in Dublin are now higher than the average in other cities.
Dublins biggest city, Cork, which also has the highest housing costs in the country at €1.2 million ($2 million), is now second, behind Dublin, while in Dublin, prices have increased by just over €400 ($600) per year.
Dublin also has one of Europe’s most expensive schools, while the average rent for a two-bedroom house in the capital has risen almost €500 ($645) in the last 10 years.
In Dublin, the average salary is €51,200 ($67,800) and the average family income is €70,000.
In Cork, the median salary is just over $55,000 per year, while rents are €2.80 ($2