March 15, 2020
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What is the most expensive thing in the world? TOP 8 luxury goods for your million-dollar profit

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It is not easy for lotto winners to choose the expensive thing, because the choice of precious things belongs to really difficult tasks: What is the most expensive thing in the world? No matter whether it is a yacht, an apartment or a work of art. Leonardo "Salvator Mundi" clearly has the lead in the paintings. The most expensive real estate is in southern France at the Cote d'Azur and costs 350 million dollars, while the most expensive car with 13 million euros seems quite affordable in comparison.

Let’s say you hit one of the current jackpots. And we’d rather do it today than tomorrow. There’s a lot of things you could do with that. Before you create a piece and save it for later, you might want to treat yourself. Living like God in France would be just one of the ideas we picked out for you. From the luxury yacht to the most expensive ice cream in the world. What does the world cost? The experts of Lottostar24 have picked out the TOP 8 for you, which you could afford at the moment to win millions.

 

1. The most expensive yacht

The most expensive yacht
The most expensive yacht

No island, no villa and no luxury sleigh. The list of the most expensive properties in the world is led by a yacht. The luxury liner “Azzam” belongs to the President of the United Arab Emirates and costs an incredible 650 million dollars. This makes it the most expensive yacht in the world in 2017, which is really on the water and not enough. It is also the largest yacht ever built. It measures 590 feet in length. And with 30 knots per hour it is probably the fastest yacht in the world.

 

2. The most expensive picture

Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci

In 1980, the top price for a painting was $6.4 million. In November 2017 it looked a little different, because the world record was broken. A record 450.3 million dollars was paid by an unknown bidder for a painting by Leonardo da Vinci called “Salvator Mundi”. The auction of this painting took place in New York at Christie’s Auction House. Allegedly, this painting is the last from the hand of the famous painter. At this time, the painting is considered the most expensive painting ever auctioned.

A former clinic employee from Massachusetts could also hang this painting on her wall. In the summer of 2017, she won the Powerball jackpot with 758.7 million US dollars. After taxes, it was exactly the sum for this world sensation.

 

3. The most expensive house

The most expensive villa
The most expensive villa

The most expensive property in the world is not in Hollywood, Dubai or New York. The villa “Les Cédres” is located on the peninsula Cap Ferrat in southern France and on the beautiful Cote d’Azur. The house has been in existence for 187 years. Prominent people like the Belgian King Leopold II have already lived here. One has to say that the villa has 10 bedrooms, a ballroom, a chapel and 30 horses in the stable. And the neighbour would be none other than Andrew Lloyd Webber.

The property is to be sold for 350 million euros. So if you hit the next jackpot, would a viewing perhaps be an idea? As a player you can also use the following discount offer and get 6 lotto tip fields for the price of 1€:

4. The most expensive apartment

We’ll stay close to France. It goes for the most expensive apartment in the world to the Principality of Monaco. For almost 300 million euros you can purchase an area of 3,300 square metres. This includes several saunas and pools, a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean. But in Monaco you are only just above the average price per square meter. This is 91,000 euros in 2017.

On the other hand, a bargain seems to be the most expensive apartment in Germany. A luxury apartment in Berlin sold for 12 million euros even before completion. Here the price per square metre is “only” 32,000 euros.

The winner of the highest jackpot in German lottery history from Lotto 6 out 49 could have afforded the apartment in the capital three times. In 2007, a total of 45 million euros went to an individual winner from the Federal Republic of Germany.

5. The most expensive car

The most expensive car
The most expensive car

A dream that we can say everyone has had before. Imagine that: You go to the car dealership of your choice and simply say: “Build me a car, exactly as I imagine it to be. It doesn’t matter what it costs.” Of course, you have precise ideas; for example, how much horsepower you want, on which material you want to sit, whether it should be gold-plated on the outside and much more. Someone has actually fulfilled this dream.

A rich businessman had a luxury yacht built on four wheels, of course by no less a car dealer than Rolls-Royce. The Rolls-Royce Sweptail   is an absolute unique specimen with a hand-built V12 engine and so many luxury details that should not all be mentioned. Let us give you one example: Champagne for the passenger lady pleasing? The centre console offers space for the bottle, two glasses and of course a cooling system is included.

Cost: 13 million euros. Just to compare: in 2017, a new car in Germany costs an average of 32,000 euros. So for a Rolls-Royce Sweptail you could afford over four hundred thousand cars from the upper middle class.

 

6. The most expensive smartphone

The most expensive smartphone
The most expensive smartphone

A smartphone costs an average of 1000 euros. But not if it comes from Stuart Hughes. The English designer golds yachts up to prices in the billions, golds liqueur bottles and sets iPhones with 24-carat gold. The most expensive iPhone in the world costs over 11 million euros! 600 small diamonds frame the device and you skilfully place your thumb on a home button made of cut diamond.

 

And what’s 11 million if you hit the Euromillion jackpot of 190 million? An Englishman did that in 2012 and who knows, maybe he took a look around Stuart Hughes’ internet shop. Even with the minimum jackpot of 17 million the iPhone would be yours and by the way: you would still have money left for a whole house.

 

7. The most expensive hotel

The most expensive hotel
The most expensive hotel

To feel like a king one night. No, no, no. I mean like an emperor or like in a fairy tale from the Arabian Nights. You can do that in one of the most expensive hotels in the world. We take you to New York and check you into The Mark Hotel. We book you the penthouse with over 400 square meters, 5 bedrooms, two bars, a private hairdresser, a 24-hour suit including tailoring. From the private terrace you can overlook all of New York and enjoy the night. And all this for only 100,000 euros. Wouldn’t that be something for you?

 

8. The most expensive ice cream

The most expensive ice cream
The most expensive ice cream

Ever eaten gold? You could combine a holiday in Dubai with a special taste experience. “Black Diamond” is the name of an ice-cream creation that can be decorated with edible gold leaf. Gold leaf for eating – you have to let it melt on your tongue in the truest sense of the word! The ice cream is served in nothing less than a Versace cup. This one alone is worth 400 Euros. But the scoop of ice cream trumps the price. The feast costs 800 Euros.

 

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