Food: Food costs vary as wildly as accommodation costs.
Cheap fast food meals cost 9–15 euros, while restaurants meals cost around 15–25 euros.
Nicer establishments will cost 30 euros or more.
How much money do you need per day in Europe?
The short answer: As a general rule of thumb, plan on budgeting between 50€-70€/day for Western Europe and around 30€-50€/day for Eastern Europe. Continue reading to get a more in-depth answer to this question. The amount of money you’ll spend per day will vary greatly based on multiple factors.
How much do you spend on food per day in Europe?
A good budget would be between 40 – 70 Euros for food in a day if eating all your meals out (and how much you eat). You should also have some leftover for gelato. Drinking is a favourite past time for many of us, and for those coming from Australia, the good news is that alcohol is MUCH cheaper in Europe.
Is $100 a day enough for Europe?
For many of us the answer is money. From high prices to strong currencies, Western Europe is one of the most expensive destinations on a U.S. traveler’s roster. In fact, with just a little bit of knowhow you can see the continent for less than $100 per day.
How much spending money will I need for a month in Europe?
|Economy class flights for 2 adults^||$ 5,000|
|25 nights accommodation throughout Europe||$ 5,816|
|Car hire for 23 days (including insurance)||$ 1,625|
|International Driving Permit||$ 39|
|Travel insurance (28 day duo policy)||$ 265|
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