PRICES IN ARGENTINA.

PRICES IN ARGENTINA.

PRICES IN ARGENTINA.
Argentina is a relatively cheap country. The price level here is higher than in Paraguay or Bolivia, but lower than in Brazil or Chile.
If you stay in Argentina, stay in cheap hostels and eat at the cheapest cafes, then the daily expenses will be approximately 70-90 Argentine pesos (16-20 US dollars) per person (the current rate of ARS to the ruble, the dollar and other currencies of the world can be viewed on the currency converter on the right). If you live in more or less decent hotels and eat in medium-sized establishments, and also afford entertainment, visiting excursions and sightseeing, it will take about 40-60 dollars per person per day.
In Buenos Aires and Patagonia, prices are significantly higher (especially hotels), so the daily budget will be one and a half times more than in other parts of the country.
Prices in Argentina for products.
1 kg of ground beef costs in Argentina an average of 25-30 pesos;
1 kg of beef tenderloin – 40-45 pesos;
1 kg of pork – 35 pesos;
1 kg of tomatoes – 3-6 pesos;
200 g of butter – 7 pesos.
Prices for basic food products in Argentina in Argentine pesos and rubles (in terms of the rate of 7 rubles per 1 ARS) as of the beginning of 2012 are shown below:
Table: Food prices in Buenos Aires and Cordoba.
Prices in Buenos Aires, in Argentine pesos.
Prices in Cordoba, in Argentine pesos.
The cost of lunch in an inexpensive cafe, for 1 person.
The cost of a 3-course lunch in a middle class restaurant, for 2 people.
Chicken breasts, 1 kg.
Mineral water, 1.5 liters.
Medium quality wine, 1 bottle.
Beer (local), 0,5 liters.
Prices in Argentina for goods and services.
Prices for some goods and services in the cities of Argentina are shown below:
Table: Prices for goods and services in Buenos Aires and Cordoba (at the beginning of 2012)
Prices in Buenos Aires, in Argentine pesos.
Prices in Cordoba, in Argentine pesos.
Cigarettes “Marlboro”, 1 pack.
The cost of 1 trip by public transport.
Utilities (electricity,
gas, water, garbage), per month.
Cost of 1 minute of conversation.
on local mobile communication.
Jeans Levis 501.
Men’s shoes are made of leather.
Shops in Argentina operate from Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 19.30 on Saturdays – until 13.00. Many shops close for a long lunch break.
Prices in Argentina for gasoline.
The cost of gasoline in Argentina in February 2012 was an average of 5.2 pesos (36 rubles) per liter, diesel fuel was about the same.
Prices in Argentina for real estate and the cost of rent.
The cost of buying or renting apartments in the Argentine cities of Argentina is shown below:
Table: Housing prices in Buenos Aires, Cordoba and Bahia Blanca (at the beginning of 2012)
Prices in Buenos Aires, in US dollars.
Prices in Cordoba, in US dollars.
Prices in Bahia Blanca, in US dollars.
Rent 1-room apartment for a month, sleeping area.
Rent 1-room apartment for a month, city center.
Rent 3-room apartment for a month, sleeping area.
Rent 3-room apartment for a month, city center.
The price of an apartment, 1 square. m, sleeping area.
The price of an apartment, 1 square. m, the city center.
Information on the cost of rooms in Argentine hotels can be found in the article Hotels of Argentina.


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