Is the cost of living in Santiago high?
We asked people how much they someone comfortably live on in Santiago, they wrote...
"The cost of living in Santiago is generally considered to be quite reasonable. Prices for basic necessities such as food, transportation, and housing are generally lower than in other major cities in the region. However, the cost of living can vary depending on the area of the city and the lifestyle of the individual. For example, living in the city center can be more expensive than living in the suburbs. Additionally, the cost of entertainment and leisure activities can be higher than in other cities," wrote a member who made the move to Santiago, Chile.
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Is the cost of living in Santiago high?If you live in Santiago, newcomers to Santiago would love to hear your answer to this question.