Cost of living

Cost of living
The Polish zloty (PLN) has the following denominations:
banknotes in denominations of PLN 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200;
coins in denominations of PLN 0.01, 0.02, 0.05, 0.10, 0.20, 0.50, 1, 2 and 5.
Non-cash payments comprise in particular credit transfers, settlement cheques, direct debits and payment cards. The average exchange rate of PLN

In general, to cover basic monthly expenses while living in Warsaw foreign students would need at least 350-500 EUR. It depends on the daily necessities. However, the prices products made in Poland are less expensive. Some the cost of living in Warsaw:
Rent a flat (small apartment): 500 – 1500/month
Private medical care: 80-120/visit
Haircut: 15-50
Laundry: trousers 15, jackets 30
Eggs – 0,50 pc
Bananas – 4/kg
Lemons – 6/kg
Apples – 2/kg
Oranges – 3,5/kg
Potatoes – 2/kg
Onions – 2/kg
Tomatoes – 54/kg
Cucumbers – 5/kg
Paprika – 5/kg
Bread – 2/loaf
Butter – 4
Mineral water 1,5 l – 2
Juice – 4/liter
Tickets: cinema 15-25, theatre 30-100, concert 30-150

 

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