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Food in the country is similar to the costs seen in other developed nations with a meal at a restaurant costing between EUR 10 and EUR 40 ($14 to $55.00 or £8 to £33), a litre of water costing around EUR 3.50 ($4.80 or £2.90) a litre of milk costing EUR 0.79 ($1.10 or £0.65), 500g of bread costing EUR 0.93 ($1.28 to £0.77) and 12 eggs costing around EUR 1.01 ($1.40 or £0.83).

Luxuries cost similar amounts as well with a litre of beer costing EUR 1.60 ($2.20 or £1.30), a pack of cigarettes costing around EUR 4.50 ($6.20 or £3.70) and a bottle of mid-range wine going for around EUR 4.00 ($5.50 or £3.30).

A one bedroom apartment in the city centre will set you back around EUR 540 ($740 or £440) whilst outside the city centre you’ll be looking at EUR 420 ($570 or £340). Meanwhile a three bedroom apartment in the city centre will cost you around EUR 860 ($1,180 or £710) and outside the city centre you’ll probably be paying EUR 650 ($900 or £540).