By Everett Potter
The next time you pull over to refuel, be grateful you don’t live in Istanbul. While there may be bargains within the city’s Grand Bazaar, haggling won’t get you anywhere at the local gas station—where Turkish drivers must now pay $9.63 per gallon.
Turkey’s not the only place where gas prices are far higher than those in the US. Read my Travel + Leisure story to learn where locals — and travelers — are paying the highest gas prices in the world.