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New study finds Bucharest to be Europe’s most affordable city for monthly travel costs – The Romania Journal

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A new survey finds Bucharest to be the most affordable city in Europe for monthly travel costs, as hybrid-working commuters are starting to return to the office.

In a report conducted by a comparison site, Nerd Walletwhich analyzed the top 30 most populous European cities and ranked them based on the most and least affordable monthly transportation costs, chose Bucharest as the cheapest city.

With rising costs of living and hybrid work styles driving many workers to commute several days a week, transportation costs are a top priority for people when choosing where to live and work.

Bucharest ranked among the most affordable cities in Europe with an average price of €16.43 for a monthly public transport pass.

The second most affordable city is Prague with an average monthly public transport pass cost of €22.67, followed by Warsaw with an average cost of €24.23.

London was found to have the highest cost of public transport, with an average cost of €190.98. This is followed by Dublin with an average monthly cost of €121.59 and Amsterdam with an average monthly cost of €100.82.

Top 10 cities ranked as most affordable in Europe for monthly public transport passes:

city Average Monthly Public Transport Pass Cost (£) Average monthly public transport pass cost (€)
1 Bucharest £13.73 €16.43
2 Prague £18.95 €22.67
3 Warsaw £20.25 €24.23
Four budapest £21.09 €25.24
Five Sofia £21.71 €25.99
6 belgrade £23.66 €28.25
7 Krakow £25.40 €30.40
8 Valencia £26.76 €31.96
9 Seville £27.59 €33.02
Ten Rome £29.71 €35.57

https://www.romaniajournal.ro/society-people/new-study-discovers-bucharest-is-the-most-affordable-city-in-europe-for-monthly-transport-costs/ New study finds Bucharest to be Europe’s most affordable city for monthly travel costs – The Romania Journal

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