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6 Countries with the Lowest Cost of Living in Europe

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If you’ve been dreaming of getting a new place overseas, why not consider the countries with the lowest cost of living in Europe? We have been told since forever that in a continent such as Europe, the word ‘cheap’ doesn’t exist. But, is that really true? Whether you are moving to Europe to study, work, or just looking for a new hub to stay at, because you’re running away from someone back home (of which we’re not really accusing you), then we believe we can help you; now, you can choose from the countries with the lowest cost of living in Europe where you can still live a bourgeois life!

You might want to check back on the 20 countries with the lowest cost of living in the world if you want to reside in other parts of the globe, but we assure you that the affordable prices plus the amazing scenes in Europe will make you applaud yourself for making the decision to move to there.

We couldn’t help ourselves but to share with you the top countries with the lowest cost of living in Europe! Here they are:

6. Belgrade, Serbia

Belgrade means the ‘White City’. It is the capital of Serbia and has a population of about 1.6 million. It is also one of the oldest cities in Europe. Belgrade lies in the humid subtropical climate zone with four seasons. The rent for an apartment with 1 bedroom is about $262.60 per month and if you want to own a house to stay here for good it costs $2,138.70. A fast food meal is $4.33, while it’s $11 if you have your lunch in the business district. For transportation, a monthly pass is worth $29. Basic utilities cost $144.94 monthly. If you want some fun over the weekend the nightlife in this country is quite lovely.

Vladimir Nenezic/

Vladimir Nenezic/

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