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Cheap Food Around Europe

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Hello, I'm traveling to Europe (mainly biggest cities such as Paris, Berlim, Rome, etc.) for the first time in January of next year but I'm on low budget for food (something around €20-30 for a day, but with breakfast being already provided).

My question is if it's possible to eat healthly with this limitation (so avoiding fastfoods, but without problems with eating healthy sandwiches).

Do supermarkets sell prepared meals? If so, for how much more or less? Are they open around dinner time? If I had lunch in a supermarket cafeteria or in a cheap restaurant, would I be able to buy the ingredients for a sandwith for dinner?

Thanks for the help! :)

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