Unlike other countries in Middle East, Israel has a high fuel tax added in the price, average litre of gasoline costs $2.25.
Like other countries in Scandinavia, Denmark sells petrol at a premium price, an average gasoline cost is a staggering $2.33.
Zimbabwe relies on fuel imports because it doesn't produces oil, it is 5th most expensive place with petrol priced at $2.35.
The cost of living in Monaco is almost 4 times higher than average, so it's no surprise that gasoline costs around $2.48/l.
Despite being one of Europe's biggest oil producers, Norway taxes petrol instead of subsidising it, current price is $2.49/l.
At $2.58, Netherlands is priciest place in Europe to fill up the fuel tank, petrol price includes carbon & fuel excise tax.
Hong Kong authorities put heavy taxes on petrol to discourage car ownership, currently it tops price list with $2.88/litre.