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Hungary - Currency and Cost of Living
The cost of living in Hungary is relatively low, with groceries costing about the same or less than in other parts of Europe if bought in supermarkets, and cheaper products available at local markets and some small shops. Many expatriates working for foreign companies or diplomatic missions live very comfortably in Hungary as their salaries are usually higher than those of local workers.
Litre of milk Ft160.00
Loaf of bread Ft160.00
Small bottle of beer Ft130.00
Litre of bottled water Ft150.00
Bottle table wine Ft384.00
Litre of petrol Ft265.00
Restaurant meal Between Ft500 and Ft2500
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