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How much money to take for three days in Germany? and got a better answer
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It depends on what kind of program you have planned. If you just want to wander the streets and buy souvenirs, then 50 euros a day will be enough for pocket money. If you want to visit museums and attractions with paid admission to run, bus tours to do, then 100 euros a day may not be enough. Make a plan first, see how much it costs. 100 euros a day I would advise to take?
It depends on what kind of program you have in mind. If you want just to walk along the streets and buy souvenirs, 50 euros a day will be enough for pocket money. If you want to visit museums and attractions with paid admission to run, bus tours to do, then 100 euros a day may not be enough. Make a plan first, see how much it costs. I would advise to take 100 euros a day.
Take it all.
depends on expenses, either just for necessary expenses or souvenirs, restaurants, etc.
calculate how much you plan to spend per hour and multiply that rate by 72 hours.
You can easily spend 500 euros a day, or you can spend 25-30.
Take it for what? To pay for lodging, sightseeing, moving from city to city, shopping, or just to walk the streets and eat modestly at a street eatery? The amount can range from 50-60 euros a day to several tens of thousands.
50€ a day usually.
300 € minimum. Although it depends on what you're doing there.
Average bill to eat in a cafe without wine at least 10 euros, fare about the same, stay from 100 euros a decent place, travel between cities expensive Museums are different, expensive amusement parks and water parks, as we have. Souvenir stores are all kinds, from small things to the cheapest stamping and to expensive handmade or retro style things there all faience porcelain vases or figurines.
I say so, if you look at the euro hundred, primizhimisto euro 50, transport is expensive, if the city 2.60, in another area of 5.60 one way, tickets for anything from 10, the most prosaic and above + food, not for nothing the Embassy requires 50 euros a day, I had my mother-in-law from my first marriage, it cost me a day 80-100 euros, this is without food and of course without accommodation, but I saw a lot