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Renting apartment. If you want to rent one room apartment in Kiev, it will cost you at least 200USD per month, but in general consider 250-300$. If you want to rent apartment not in Kiev, the price will be 120-170USD per month.
Bills. Bills for electricity, water, gas and heating are almost the same in any city including Kiev, and depends how much do you consume resources. Usually it costs around 50-100$ in heating season, and 20-40$ not in heating season.
Food. You can survive with 50$ per month for food if you will cook at home, and eat potato, cereals, and vegetables, sometimes meat. I am not buying some unique food, usually this is some basic things, only Ukrainian products, and I spend 200$ per month for me and my husband. And this is not including restaurant, only home cooking. Fish is very expensive as it's all imported. Fruits are kind of expensive as most of them are imported. Vegetables not in season is expensive. But in season for you as foreigner it would be almost free.
Restaurants. The average price of pizza is 8$, salad costs around 4$, burger will cost 5$, spagetti 3-5$, but for sure prices depends from city and restaurant. Kiev is more expensive than other cities. Average bill in average restaurant for one person usually is 12-15USD.
Entertainments. Entrance to night club costs 5-10USD, museums costs 1-2$, bowling - 5-10 USD per hour.
Medication. For Ukrainians medical services are free, but if you will go to private clinic, one meeting will cost you 10-20USD, Ultrasound 10-20 USD, MRI - 30-40$, blood test - 5-10$.
It's just very general and average prices. if you want to spend 5000 dollars, you will fin how to spend them and where. But I think you already got an idea how much approximately you will need to have to live in Ukraine normally.
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