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Costs in Turkey are cheaper when compared to other European nations, with a litre of milk costing around TRY 2.10 ($1 or £0.60), 500g of bread costing TRY 1.10 ($0.50 or £0.30), 12 eggs costing TRY 4.40 ($2.10 or £1.30) and 1 litre of water costing around TRY 0.70 ($0.30 or £0.20). Furthermore, a meal in a restaurant will set you back anywhere between TRY 11 and 50 ($5.30-$24 or £3.10-£14.20).

More luxurious items will set you back a little more, however, as cigarettes are worth TRY 9 ($4.30 or £2.60), a litre of beer will set you back TRY 8.70 ($4.20 or £2.50) and a bottle of mid-range wine will cost you up to TRY 24 ($11.50 or £6.80).


Rent is comparable, with a 1 bedroom apartment in the city centre costing around TRY 850 ($410 or £240), a 1 bedroom apartment outside of the city centre costing around TRY 500 ($240 or £140), a 3 bedroom apartment in the city centre costing around TRY 1,400 ($670 or £400) and a 3 bedroom apartment outside of the city centre costing around TRY 830 ($400 or £235).