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Living costs in Poland vary. They tend to be highest in Warsaw and other large urban areas (Kraków, Łódź, Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk). 

Generally the costs of food, public transportation and housing are somewhat lower in Poland than in Western Europe. Nonetheless, they increase every year. 

Approximate prices of staple food items in Poland in PLN (January, 2015)

Bread: 3-5
Margerine, 500 g: 4-6
Milk 2%, 1l: 2-4
Eggs (10 pieces): 4-8
Cream 18%, 200 g: 1.2-2
White sugar, 1 kg, 3-5
Chicken breasts, 1 kg: 15-20
Boneless pork, 1 kg: 13-18
Spaghetti: 3-4
Domestic apples, 1 kg: 1-3
Carrots, 1 kg: 0.4-1.5
Potatos, 1kg: 1-3
Tomatoes, 1 kg: 4-9
Orange juice: 3-5
Washing detergent: 4-7
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