Where in Europe the cost of living is lowest?


Where in Europe the cost of living is lowest?

The cost of living can vary significantly within Europe and is influenced by a variety of factors, including the local economy, cost of housing, cost of food and other necessities, and the availability of goods and services.


According to Numbeo's cost of living index, some of the European cities with the lowest cost of living include:
  1. Skopje, North Macedonia
  2. Tirana, Albania
  3. Chisinau, Moldova
  4. Podgorica, Montenegro
  5. Belgrade, Serbia
  6. Sofia, Bulgaria
  7. Krakow, Poland
  8. Ljubljana, Slovenia
  9. Budapest, Hungary
  10. Prague, Czech Republic

It's worth noting that the cost of living in these cities may still be higher than in other parts of the world, and the cost of living can vary within each city depending on the neighborhood and other factors. It is always a good idea to research the cost of living in a specific location before making the decision to move there.





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