Is the cost of living in Heidelberg high?
We asked people how much they someone comfortably live on in Heidelberg, they wrote...
"The cost of living in Heidelberg is generally considered to be quite high. Rent prices for apartments in the city center are particularly expensive, while rent prices for apartments in the suburbs are more affordable. Groceries and other everyday items are also quite expensive, but there are some discounts available for students. Transportation costs are relatively low, with monthly passes for public transportation costing around €50. Overall, the cost of living in Heidelberg is higher than in many other cities in Germany," commented one expat who made the move to Heidelberg, Germany.
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Is the cost of living in Heidelberg high?If you live in Heidelberg, newcomers to Heidelberg would love to hear your answer to this question.