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Minimum daily expenses: Moscow backpacking

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Hi everyone. I'm taking my first trip to Russia in April, and I'm operating on a super cheap budget. I'm going to Moscow for 14 days. I've got my plane and hosteling expenses already paid for, but I'm wondering I'll need above and beyond that to live each day. I'm talking about cheap food, inexpensive meals, and public transportation.

I've heard that backpackers -- super frugal types -- can get by on $25 or $2000 rubles per day. That means cheap meals, nothing fancy. Does this sound correct?

Thanks in advance for any answers.

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