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Cost of Living in Spain

Cost of Living in Spain

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Cost of Living in Spain

Life in Spain rests on its immaculate charisma and culture. It’s a small paradise on Earth that thousands of students wish to see.

Staying in Spain as a student is an experience like no other. But, behind the glamor, there are plenty of duties to fulfill.

First, you must determine the cost of living in Spain. This will give you an insight into how you will use your funds in the country.

Living costs in Spain are generally affordable. To give you a better idea, here’s a breakdown of the cost of living in Spain:

Food and Dining Out Expenses

Spanish cuisine is a food lover’s greatest delight. So it may surprise you that dining out in Spain doesn’t cost much.

A single meal in a mid-range restaurant ranges from €6 to €20 only. Even eating out during weekends won’t make you feel guilty.

If you plan to buy your own groceries, prepare at least €125 per month. This budget can already get you some meat, milk, and snacks.

Transportation Costs

Spain boasts an excellent transportation system that students can enjoy. A single-trip ticket on the bus costs €1 to €2. A single ticket on the metro costs roughly the same.

Taxis are generally cheaper too compared to European standards. It costs around €2.50 per kilometer. You may have to pay extra depending on the time of day.

Costs of Clothing

Did you know that Spain is a fashion powerhouse? Every year, tourists (and fashionistas) visit the country for the Madrid Fashion Week.

There are plenty of upmarket boutiques in Spain. But if that’s too extravagant for your taste, you can shop locally instead.

Staying on-trend in fashion wouldn’t be hard in Spain. The best part is, you won’t have to break the bank to stay stylish.

You can buy your clothes in malls, department stores, outlets, and independent shops.  A nice pair of jeans cost around €70, while a summer dress costs around €28.

Utility Bills

Your utility bills largely depend on your accommodation and lifestyle. For example, your monthly rent may already cover these bills. If not, then it’s an additional expense to consider.

If you’re in on-campus accommodation, services like laundry may come for free. But, if you’re in a flat, you have to pay for the electricity, water, gas, and more.

Expect to spend around €300 per month. It may seem like a huge amount, but if you have roommates, you can split the bill.

Healthcare Services Costs

Spain’s efficient healthcare system is one of the best in the world. You’re guaranteed to receive outstanding medical care while you’re in the country.

It’s vital to maintain your health while you’re studying. This reason alone makes regular doctor consultations necessary.

A trip to the doctor’s office would cost about $50. If you have health insurance, this would cost less. 

The cost of living is one of the first things you must consider when choosing a study destination. If you’re looking for more study abroad stories, you can find them here at MSM Unify.

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