If we define fun as games, toys, and hobbies, then the European Union as a whole has kept the price of fun pretty steady over the past decade or so. Ireland has even managed to reduce the price of fun over the same period—perhaps more than any other European country. The price of fun in Turkey, on the other hand, has skyrocketed.
How this graph was created: Search for “games,” scroll through the available countries, and select the series you’d like to graph.
Suggested by George Fortier