Price examples from Lisbon, Portugal

After about a month here in Portugal I have now collected these price examples for “normal” living costs:

STORE / SUPERMARKET (Pingo Doce)
1,5 liter water bottle 12 cent
1 liter juice 1 euro
1 liter milk 80 cent
1 liter local beer 75 cent
75 cl local wine 1 euro
Rice 70 cent
6 eggs 60 cent
1 fresh big bread 1-2 euro
1 kg bananas 99 cent
1 kg tomatoes 1,49 euro
1 kg apples 1,49 euro
1 kg carrots 49 cent
1 kg shrimps 9 euro
washing powder 3-6 euro
CAFE / PUB / RESTAURANT
Espresso 0,50 – 1 euro
Draft beer (33 cl) 90 cent and up
Lunch/dinner 5 – 10 euro (not including drink)
Orange juice 1½ – 2½ euro
TRANSPORT IN/AROUND LISBON
Local bus / metro 90 cent + 50 cent to buy a rechargeable card (Carris/Metropolitano, zone 1) or 1,50 euro in the bus
Local tram 90 cent + 50 cent to buy a rechargeable card (Carris, zone 1) or 2,50 euro in the tram
Ferries 0,90 – 1,85 euro + 50 cent to buy a rechargeable card
Train Lisbon to Cascais 1,80 euro + 50 cent to buy a rechargeable card (one way, with Comboios de Portugal)
Bus Lisbon to Porto 18 euro (one way, with Renex)
THE REST
Furnished apartment 450-600 euro/month + electricity & water
Room in shared apartment 150-350 euro/month including electricity & water
Mobile internet 1 euro/hour is the only option here for short-term-contracts, not including modem. All other options requires 12-24 months contract.
WIFI Open WIFI networks can be found on the street on some places. In cafés and restaurants it is not so common with WIFI. There are a lot of internet cafés with computers that you can rent for 1 euro per hour, plus a wireless internet (FON_ZON_FREE_INTERNET) in most places for the same price.

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