Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 KYOCERA PRINTER 18OO*68I*72O8 in$tallations CONTACT KYOCERA Tec*h 24/7
  2. 2 Travel chat and reflections
  3. 3 Black Friday in Britain? Why?
  4. 4 Hiking - Suggest a location
  5. 5 Best Gift For Valentines To a Boyfriend
  6. 6 The World's Greatest Churches
  7. 7 First Time To Europe Itinerary. Thoughts? Suggestions? Please
  8. 8 Trip Report September in Venice, Croatia, and Slovenia
  9. 9 Advise Needed
  10. 10 naturalfitnesspoint.com/hair-bloom/
  11. 11 South of France
  12. 12 Devon and Dorset: Where to Base?
  13. 13 6 days in Slovenia and Croatia in January
  14. 14 And the winner is ...India? Egypt? no, Italy!
  15. 15 Copenhagen, Stockholm & Bergen April 2018
  16. 16 Amsterdam at End of Year - Tickets for Museums
  17. 17 10 days in europe
  18. 18 Itinerary for 4 days in Madrid
  19. 19 Slovenia and Croatia in January (Solo)
  20. 20 Trip Report Sampling Some of Sicily and Bits of Italy Beyond
  21. 21 land vs river cruise
  22. 22 Festival du Citron (Lemon Festival), Menton
  23. 23 Help with suggestions for Portugal 2 week trip
  24. 24 19 days Ireland by car - please advise
  25. 25 Scotland ideas
View next 25 » Back to the top

Cheap food in Switzerland?

Jump to last reply

I will be on an organised tour of Austria and Switzerland in September. While all breakfasts and some dinners are provided, I will have to find my own lunches and some dinners. When travelling I tend to stick to a VERY tight food budget. My lunches normally consist of a sandwich (or even a packet of biscuits) and a cold drink from a supermarket/coop/bakery. My dinners normally consist of a takeaway such as a hot pie, burger & chips, fish & chips, KFC, etc, with a cold drink or small fruit juice.

Can anyone please give me an idea of what I can expect to pay for meals like these in Austria and Switzerland? My current thinking is: Lunch 10 euros/francs, dinner 15 euros/francs. Is this possible?
Many thanks :)

25 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement