Cost of Living Comparison

USD
COMPARED TO
CZK

British Virgin Islands is 2.8 times more expensive than Czech Republic.

If you lived in Czech Republic instead of British Virgin Islands, you would:
local_dining

pay 3.0 times more for restaurants

  British Virgin Islands help_outline Czech Republic help_outline  
Basic meal with drink at inexpensive restaurant ?? $5.12
Kč117.09
Fast food combo meal
McDonalds, or similar
?? $5.54
Kč126.76
Bottle of Coca-Cola (11 fl. oz) ?? $1.17
Kč26.82
Bottle of water (11 fl. oz) $0.30 $0.90
Kč20.54
+199.2%

British Virgin Islands vs. Czech Republic - Cost of restaurants
local_grocery_store

pay (unknown) more for groceries

  British Virgin Islands Czech Republic help_outline  
Bread
1 loaf
?? $0.88
Kč20.22
Local cheese (8 oz) ?? $3.71
Kč84.88
Milk (1 gallon) ?? $2.92
Kč66.92
Eggs
1 dozen
?? $1.76
Kč40.30
Boneless chicken breast (1 lb) ?? $2.68
Kč61.30
Apples (1 lb) ?? $0.61
Kč14.06
Bananas (1 lb) ?? $0.59
Kč13.46
Oranges (1 lb) ?? $0.65
Kč14.92
Tomatoes (1 lb) ?? $0.87
Kč19.90
Potatoes (1 lb) ?? $0.32
Kč7.33
Onions (1 lb) ?? $0.30
Kč6.86

British Virgin Islands vs. Czech Republic - Cost of groceries
drive_eta

pay 92.4% less for transportation

  British Virgin Islands help_outline Czech Republic help_outline  
Gasoline (1 gallon) $4.50 $5.09
Kč116.53
+13.2%
Monthly public transit pass ?? $18.84
Kč431.01
New Volkswagen Golf 1.4 (standard edition) ?? $18,451.64
Kč422,210.37
Taxi trip in downtown area (5 miles) $149.42 $10.13
Kč231.91
-93.2%

British Virgin Islands vs. Czech Republic - Cost of transportation
home

pay 74.2% less for housing

  British Virgin Islands help_outline Czech Republic help_outline  
Internet connection
50 mbps or faster, cable/dsl
$100.00 $17.76
Kč406.44
-82.2%
1-Bedroom apartment in downtown area $1,750.00 $412.90
Kč9,447.98
-76.4%
1-Bedroom apartment outside city center $1,400.00 $330.86
Kč7,570.75
-76.4%
Utilities for two (700 sq ft apartment)
including electric, gas, water, heating
$248.53 $141.18
Kč3,230.42
-43.2%

British Virgin Islands vs. Czech Republic - Cost of housing
child_care

pay 62.4% less for childcare

  British Virgin Islands help_outline Czech Republic help_outline  
Private preschool for 1 child, monthly $850.00 $238.09
Kč5,447.93
-72.0%
Middle school for 1 child, two semesters $16,500.00 $6,277.39
Kč143,639.36
-62.0%

British Virgin Islands vs. Czech Republic - Cost of childcare
gamepad

pay 61.9% less for entertainment and sports

  British Virgin Islands help_outline Czech Republic help_outline  
Domestic/local beer (1 pint) ?? $1.28
Kč29.37
Cappuccino in mid-range area $5.00 $1.84
Kč42.14
-63.2%
Pack of cigarettes
Marlboro or similar
?? $4.33
Kč99.07
Monthly membership at local gym $80.00 $30.54
Kč698.71
-61.8%
Movie ticket to theater/cinema ?? $6.76
Kč154.59

British Virgin Islands vs. Czech Republic - Cost of entertainment and sports
store

pay 34.2% less for clothing

  British Virgin Islands help_outline Czech Republic help_outline  
Regular jeans
Levi's brand
$90.00 $63.17
Kč1,445.55
-29.8%
Regular dress
from H&M or similar store
?? $35.57
Kč813.99
Running shoes
Nike or Adidas
$130.00 $73.23
Kč1,675.65
-43.7%
Men's business shoes (leather) $120.00 $87.28
Kč1,997.13
-27.3%

British Virgin Islands vs. Czech Republic - Cost of clothing
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