Prices in Holland.
To live normally in the Netherlands, you must have a monthly income slightly higher than a good Russian salary.
The minimum required for one person for normal food and various small expenses (transportation, etc.) throughout the day is 35-40 euros (that is, about 1600 rubles).
Let’s give some specific data for the benchmark.
How much do food products cost in the Netherlands?
See the tablets. The cost of various goods is shown in euros.
To begin with, let us turn to the most important question – the accessibility of various types of food.
If you plan to eat in public institutions, money will take much more. Lunch for one person in an affordable cafe is estimated at about 18 euros. To go with a couple to not the most expensive restaurant, you must have in your wallet for 60-80 euros.
As elsewhere, Holland has a lot of opportunities to save money. Products in the markets are much lower than in supermarkets. To take certain types of goods in several pieces is much more profitable than on unit (for example, four rolls of toilet paper in a pack are cheaper than four of the same rolls bought separately).
Prices in tourist centers are usually higher than in small towns.
Prices for things and services.
Separately, it should be said about the services. A visit to the doctor’s office costs somewhere � 70.
One-time trip in any city transport in Holland (at least by subway, at least by bus) costs 2.6 euros. It is somewhat more convenient to use reusable electronic cards, from which a certain amount is written off for each kilometer traveled. If you plan to travel often, but not far, such a map is ideal for you.
The services of taxi drivers are very expensive – about 2.2 euros per kilometer plus a surcharge for the fact of the trip.