Is the cost of living in Vienna high?
We asked people how much they someone comfortably live on in Vienna, they wrote...
"The cost of living in Vienna is generally quite high, but variable depending on the lifestyle of the individual. Basic necessities such as groceries, transportation, and utilities are costly but affordable for most people. Housing prices can vary significantly, with the cost of an average two-bedroom apartment being around 1,300 euros per month in the city center. Eating out is also pricey, but food from supermarkets is fairly affordable. Vienna has low taxes and fees, making it a good place to live on a budget," remarked another expat who made the move to Vienna, Austria, Austria.
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