Armenia is a country where you can live not having much money as everything is cheap in Armenia. In order to know more about the cost of living, we offer you to have a look at some aspects, such as prices of food, transportation, house rentals and so on.
Here is a list of some food:
Milk (1 liter) 422.31 AMD
A loaf of White Bread (500g) 245.33 AMD
Rice (1kg) 562.31 AMD
Eggs (12) 785.00 AMD
Cheese (1kg) 2,141.67 AMD
Chicken Breasts (1kg) 2,194.29 AMD
Beef (1kg) 2,932.14 AMD
Apples (1kg) 514.12 AMD
Banana (1kg) 762.86 AMD
Oranges (1kg) 631.54 AMD
Tomato (1kg) 508.53 AMD
Potato (1kg) 233.33 AMD
Onion (1kg) 266.92 AMD
Lettuce (1 head) 145.56 AMD
Water (1.5-liter bottle although you can drink from a tap) 250.00 AMD
Wine 2,500.00 AMD
Beer (0.5 liter bottle) 440.00 AMD
Cigarettes (Marlboro) 600.00 AMD
Living in Armenia is not very hard when you have a job, as the prices are according to the average salary of the workers. For the tourists, the prices are rather cheap compared to the prices in Europe.
The average monthly salary without taxes is 189.9 thousand drams. The average salary of the private sector workers is nearly 226.4 thousand drams, and the employees of the state system - 159.5 thousand drams. The highest salary is by specialists in finance, information, and telecommunication technologies workers.
We represent to your attention the prices of the public transportation.
Public Transport one-way ticket 100.00 AMD
Taxi Starts 600.00 AMD
Taxi 1km 100.00 AMD
Metro one-way ticket 100.00 AMD
Car Rental 40.000 AMD
It is not so difficult to live in Armenia on a low salary of European citizens, as the prices are low in Armenia compared to the ones in Europe. So hurry up to visit Armenia and have a good time at low prices.
Gardman Tour, 07.05.2018