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European Study Abroad daily costs

Our daughter is leaving June 12 for 29 days on a study abroad (3 credit hours) traveling course through western Europe. Going to London, Paris, Brussels, Berlin, Prague, Frankfort and Strasbourg. It's all-inclusive except for approximately 2/3 of the meals and of course socializing.

I assume this will be a bunch of 19-24 year olds, what should she plan/budget on needing for food/beverages each day on average? I "think" what meals she will be provided will be mostly breakfast and an occasional lunch. They will be on their own most days after 3 p.m.

Think pretty typical here, not an adventuresome eater, fast food would suit her fine if she can find it. On the other hand, her socializing/pub skills are excellent!

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