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Food can vary in price, with a restaurant ranging from EGP 30 to EGP 150 ($4.30 to $22 or £2.60 to £13) on average, a litre of water can cost as much as EGP 5.80 ($0.83 or £0.50), a litre of milk can cost as high as EGP 7.60 ($1.10 or £0.65), 500g of bread will set you back EGP 5.60 ($0.80 or £0.48) and 12 eggs will cost you EGP 11 ($1.60 or £0.94).

House prices are comparable in scale-to-price, with a 1 bedroom apartment outside the city centre costing EGP 890 ($130 or £76) and inside the city centre costing EGP 1,700 ($240 or £150), a three bedroom apartment looks more like EGP 2,200 ($320 or £190) outside the city centre but inside the city centre you should expect to pay closer to EGP 3,500 ($500 or £300).

Luxuries vary greatly but you can expect to pay EGP 16 ($2.30 or £1.40) for a pack of cigarettes, EGP 18 ($2.60 or £1.50) for a litre of beer and EGP 60 ($8.60 or £5.10) for a bottle of mid-range wine.