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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$.
It's just very general and average prices. if you want to spend 5000 dollars, you will fin how to spend them and where. But I think you already got an idea how much approximately you will need to have to live in Ukraine normally.
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Olga, nice to meet you. My name is Jerry. It looks like I'm one on the final candidates for a position in Ukraine. It would be an EU project that wants to bring the Ukraine's blood supply for transfusions up to EU and American standards. I would need an office staff, someone with the Ukraine's government legislative exoerience. Basically I'll need an entire staff. As for apartments, they will pay for me to live at a hotel fot a month or two. I'd like to reach out to you maybe on Facebook messenger. My Facebook name is Gerald Kelly
I live in Delaware USA but spent 13yrs living in Sofia Bulgaria. My Facebook picture is of the black ses. I hope to hear from you. I think you and your husband could be of great service to me and could be an excellent opportunity for you guys. I hope to chat soon. Call anytime. I'm not much of s sleeper. Have a great night.
Damn apts in Upstate Ny depending on what and where you are renting can ranges from 500$ - $1100 a month , normally no heat included...and that is usally winters - can cost someone about $400 , Summer prob $100 ,in heating bills ; medical its like $50 per visit ...ultrasound in the 100's or 1000's .... MRI well over $2000 Blood test i wanna $200 + ...hence is why we have insurance...too damn expensive and haveing a colonoscopy is $8000....nuts,lol
a true relationship means i come there free or some one come from there freely , because when we love every thing comes free....... like when you see the sun beautifully sun gives you energy , free.......
usa is so expensive. I pay $1300 usd for 2 bedroom 2 bath in ok condition. I wish I could pay $300 a month! Prices are very high in usa for everything. Its amazing your govt pays for medication. In our government, they are greedy politicians and companies that makes pharmaceuticals too expensive. ANd office visits about $140 on average. ITs crazy here. I wish I could just pack my bags tonight and leave tomorrow to another country. IT sucks in every way. NEvermind trying to start business here in usa. Rent for businesses are insane. I will stop complaining. I dont want to be depressed about it. But omg. IT sucks in usa.
do not tell lies to people ... the prices for the moment have grown and are growing in Ukraine! if we talk about Kiev then it is very expensive as well as traveling to other countries of Europe! Do not deceive people !! I want to say that in this video there is a lot of false information, I say from my own experience of traveling to different countries of Europe, and here are the prices in Ukraine as well as in another European country! and learn how to speak English first, or else it's disgusting to listen to you
Can you please clarify if every citizen has got a health insurance? I know people who have no insurance for the family and a flue costs them easily 800 HRS (30 USD) for medication. I was surprised to hear that it is so cheap even in private hospital. And treatment for other things like surgery costs USD 200 and more (cancer surgery).
Hi Olga/Olya do you guys have any places to rent recumbent electric trikes , also is it legal to ride those on the streets without a license or insurance? Are the rent prices you are quoting through airbnb? The best value I found on eating was the chicken roll-ups/burritos from the street vendors in Odessa, they were like $2-$2.50 and they were so large you can cut them in half and get 2 meals out of them, I'm sure you have those in Kiev also.Thanks, I hope you guys are doing well.
My girlfriend lives in kyiv and i can give a little tip on cost! Pizza dinner for 3 with starters, 1 small beer 2 large and a cola with lagre XL pizza at Mr. Cats will cost you around 25 $ but at happy hour you get 1 more pizza for free. Thx Olya for information ;)
Less than 1000$ to travel there from Middle East
Food and transport= 150
Entertainment well easily from food and transport.
The things that are expensive = ginger
Things you’ll not find= spices, the spices here are bland af
Hey Olga!! I have a question if I may be so bold, what part of Ukraine do you live? Because in October my friend and I are going to come to Ukraine to visit our friend Serigy. We were going to stop in Kyiv then make our way to his home city of Kharkiv. I only ask because I think it would be an absolute pleasure to meet you. That's if you are okay with that of course and if we come through your area
WithAStick AngryWhiteMan NO! They are NOT all over USA. Stop lying. It is a very small percentage of the population. There are estimated 500,000 homeless in the US which is about 0.1% of the population. In Ukraine it is estimated 1 million people are homeless which is over 2% of the population.
Bill Green: When i was very young, went to Ukraine with my family, i did not see tent cities. As for recent years, i don't know, after all there was a little war. but keep this in mind, tent cities are all over USA at peaceful time.
very interesant video ...but i eat for 7 dls in some good restaurants in Kiev..)
...the rent princes you are giving is for long term contract..(one year or more)..
..in Dnipro a nice studio (39 square mts) in center for long term contract(one year) is 300 dls a month..
...i like ur videos
thanks olga. good information. and you don't need makeup. just a very little maybe. naturally lovely women look worse with alot of makeup. alot of makeup is for piggy women. you are naturally lovely so alot makeup will make you uglier. let your natural slavic beauty shine and not cover it up with too much makeup. doozhe dobre.
I stayed from March 6-17, 2018 in Kyiv
Flight, roundtrip from JFK to BSP= $617
Apartment in downtown Kyiv, 11 days=$400
(This apartment was 1 block from Independence Square, and with 15 minutes walk from all 3 main Metro lines)
Food is variable, eating out 3 times a day, 11 days=$150-400
(As I said, it is variable, depending on your taste)
Metro Card with 10 trips=$2.25
Uber Taxi to most places=$3.80 to 5.70 per trip
My advice on travel. Plan ahead, ride Metro as much as possible, then schedule Uber from Metro to your location. Saves you a bunch of money.
Olga, is paying 400$ for a big studio flat (38m2) with modern furnitures (shower cabin, LCD tv) located on lesi ukrainky boulevard, close to metro Klovska, a good deal ? The district is nice, I guess it can be considered downtown, but the building is old and bad. Is it worth ? Thanks
....The relatively inexpensive cost of living in Ukraine is a great reason for tourists to visit, but not the only one.
....Ukraine is such an interesting place! There are so many things to see and do. Transcarpathia's snowy white mountains, the Black Sea, yellow and green fields of sunflowers, virgin forests, meandering rivers and even a stretch of tawny sand dunes! All tied together with a precious black earth soil...a very diverse country.
....There are also many other phenomenal natural wonders as well as glorious man made monuments thoughout Ukraine...the exploration possiblities are limitless.
....Less not forget the tasty and healthy Ukrainian food...with a unique culinary tradition that rivals any country in Europe.
....Finally, one will meet many Ukrainians who are genuinely friendly, kind and sincere. By simply showing interest in Ukraine and respect for the culture, you will make many new friends.... all without a bit phony pretense in their hearts.🇺🇦🌻🇺🇦
I think these prices are too low. Of course it depends on standards but if you have North American standards and size expectations you will be in the $500 to $1600 USD per month for something you would consider nice. You can easily spend $3000 to $6000 a month for luxury accommodations. Of course it also matter are you staying for a couple months or moving there. You can also rent apartments by the day instead of hotels and get decent places in the $16 to $45 per night instead of $200 plus per night for a North American brand hotel like Fairmont or Hyatt etc..
Keith Fox I don't know what you are talking about. Unless you are renting a fabulous apartment you will never spend that much. You can get a western style apartment for $400 easily. $400 was the most I ever spent on an apartment in 7 years in Ukraine and I over paid. Your expectations are way out of line with reality. American's, which I am, drive me crazy. This Ukraine, not NYC. You cannot expect to find a huge wonderful apartment with all of the western conveniences in Ukraine. Basically they don't exist. Perhaps in Kyiv but no where else. I go to Ukraine to be with my girl, not live an extravagant life style.
Good video but i think you have ered on the more expensive average. Can you do a video on trains. I travel by lux often mainly to the south. But I couldn't understand why prices fluctuate a lot. For example a night lux from lviv to Kyiv can be 580 grv the next train 10 minutes late can be 1100grv. Thanks
Love Russia of cause a Russian troll bot had to be here not for long they won’t be and so what ? There good people and I’m Australian and heading back again in a month also my government is doing a multi billion dollar trade deal weapons and so on how about Russians stay in there own country and leave the sovereign country of Ukraine alone
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