The chart below shows how much money a typical family, during a typical month, would have to spend in Bucharest on all goods and services that it consumes.
That includes 122 goods and services: food, clothes, utilities, transport, healthcare, entertainment, education, and many others.
The numbers show how much these items cost in Bucharest and how much they cost in other cities.
The goods and services are the same but the prices are different.
As such, we learn how expensive/cheap Bucharest is relative to other cities in very broad terms.
The additional categories on the left menu provide more specific information about paticular prices.
The best websites for accommodation
There are multiple accommodation options when traveling internationally – hotels, hostels, guest houses, holiday or city apartments, villas, etc. Each of them has relative advantages and disadvantages when it comes to cost and convenience. We sort those out and provide links to websites where one can book when ready. Visit our list of travel websites
Money saving tips for different countries
We collect and make available tips on how to save money during travel to various countries. These include information about free tours, free museum nights, inexpensive food, cheap accommodation options, where to exchange money, etc. The tips are provided by fellow travelers. If you have a tip to share, please do so at the destination pages or in our
travel tips section
Gasoline and diesel prices by country
Each month we compile and publish data on gasoline and diesel prices around the world. The sources vary by country and include government institutions, petroleum companies, international organizations, and media outlets. We assist travelers, researchers, academics, business people and others interested in international retail petrol prices.
Find out about prices in different countries around the world