Cost of living in Athens (Greece) is 31% cheaper than in Trondheim (Norway)

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TOTAL - 31%
warning This comparison has some inconsistent or sparse data. It already provides a reliable comparison but it is not bullet-proof. It is based on 580 prices entered by 71 different people.
These prices were last updated on February 08, 2023. Exchange rate: 11.071 NOK / EUR
For example, to keep the same standard of living that would require kr 53,000 in Trondheim you would need to make just about kr 36,559 (€3,302) in Athens.

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