Prices in Bujumbura

How much will you spend in restaurants and bars? Is eating out expensive in Bujumbura? Below you will see our breakdowns and comparisons of prices and expenses in Bujumbura.

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On this page below you will find the current price and cost overview in Bujumbura: food prices, Restaurant prices, cost of living, and entertainment costs (The last update: today 11 hours ago)

Currency in Burundi to Burundian franc (BIF). For 10 US dollars you can get 28.5 thousand Burundian francs. For 100 US dollars you can get 285 thousand Burundian francs. And the other way: For 100 Burundian francs you can get 0.0351 US dollars.


Food products and other basic products cost more expensive by 140,000%. In restaurants it will be more expensive by 62,000%. And the cost of living is higher in Bujumbura around 360,000%. If we want to use our free time for entertainment or sport, we have to focus on spending more money by 100,000%.

Are hotels expensive in Bujumbura? How much will we pay for a room in Bujumbura?

The average price of accommodation in Burundi is $93 (BIF 270K). The cost of a room in a 2-star hotel is Burundi in $55 (€51). 3-star hotels offer accommodation on average for $59 (€55) Overnight stay in 4-star hotel costs $90 (€83) in Burundi If you are looking for the best conditions for your stay, then in 5-star hotels that will provide much more luxury you will have to pay $99 (€91)


Is it expensive in stores in Bujumbura? Will I pay a lot for groceries in Bujumbura? Below you will find the current price list of food products in Bujumbura, such as: rice, chicken breast, onion, potatoes, or foreign beer (The last update: yesterday)

Can you eat cheaply in restaurants in Bujumbura? What are the prices in affordable pubs in Bujumbura? How much will I have to spend a day when I only eat in fast food in Bujumbura?

If we are looking for an inexpensive place to eat, we should pay around 4.3 thousand US dollars. With the lack of time and in order not to spend too much money you can also go to fast food, the cost of the set (sandwich, fries and some soda drink) is more or less 7.3 thousand US dollars. And when we can afford to go out to the restaurant, we'll pay for a three-course meal around 47 thousand US dollars. And if you want to drink a beer or two, you have to pay extra: 2.6 thousand US dollars (price for 2 bottles) And if you prefer a Coke, Fanta, Sprite or similar carbonated drink, then you have to pay 980 US dollars for a small bottle.
Below you will find a full list of prices in Bujumbura, among others rice, chicken breast, onion, potatoes, or foreign beer


And if you plan a trip to a given region of the world, maybe cheaper than in Bujumbura will be in nearby countries? See prices in: Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Kenya.

Bujumbura - comparison of selected prices with prices in United States:

Price fees $33K

fees

$33K
18,000% more than in United States

Price internet $33K

internet

$33K
47,000% more than in United States

Price jeans pants $54K

jeans pants

$54K
120,000% more than in United States

Price average earnings $810K

average earnings

$810K
19,000% more than in United States

Price renting a small apartment in the center $490K ($330K - $650K)

renting a small apartment in the center

$490K ($330K - $650K)
29,000% more than in United States

Price renting a large apartment outside the centre $600K ($540K - $650K)

renting a large apartment outside the centre

$600K ($540K - $650K)
26,000% more than in United States

Price bread $1.5K ($540 - $2.9K)

bread

$1.5K ($540 - $2.9K)
46,000% more than in United States

Price cheese $18K ($5.4K - $27K)

cheese

$18K ($5.4K - $27K)
150,000% more than in United States

Price rice $2.9K ($2K - $3.8K)

rice

$2.9K ($2K - $3.8K)
69,000% more than in United States

Price tomatoes $2.5K ($2.2K - $2.7K)

tomatoes

$2.5K ($2.2K - $2.7K)
56,000% more than in United States

Price bananas $1.5K ($870 - $2.2K)

bananas

$1.5K ($870 - $2.2K)
94,000% more than in United States

Price wine $43K ($38K - $54K)

wine

$43K ($38K - $54K)
330,000% more than in United States

Price cheap restaurant $4.3K ($2.2K - $8.7K)

cheap restaurant

$4.3K ($2.2K - $8.7K)
25,000% more than in United States

Price local beer $1.3K ($1.1K - $2.7K)

local beer

$1.3K ($1.1K - $2.7K)
26,000% more than in United States

Price coffee $4.9K ($2.4K - $6.5K)

coffee

$4.9K ($2.4K - $6.5K)
100,000% more than in United States

Price bottle of water $1.5K ($1.1K - $1.8K)

bottle of water

$1.5K ($1.1K - $1.8K)
84,000% more than in United States

Price mac burger king or similar bar $7.3K ($6.5K - $8.1K)

mac burger king or similar bar

$7.3K ($6.5K - $8.1K)
74,000% more than in United States

Price cola pepsi sprite mirinda $980 ($870 - $1.1K)

cola pepsi sprite mirinda

$980 ($870 - $1.1K)
42,000% more than in United States

Food Prices Bujumbura

  1. Milk (regular), (1 liter) $1.8K (€1.7K)
  2. A loaf of fresh white bread (500g) $1.5K (€1.4K)
  3. Eggs (regular) (12) $6K (€5.5K)
  4. Local Cheese (1kg) $18K (€17K)
  5. Water (1.5 liter bottle) $1.8K (€1.7K)
  6. A bottle of wine (Mid-Range) $43K (€40K)
  7. Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle) $2.5K (€2.3K)
  8. Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle) $5.8K (€5.3K)
  9. Pack of Cigarettes (Marlboro) $5.4K (€5K)
  10. Chicken breasts (skinless and boneless) - (1kg) $16K (€15K)
  11. Apples (1kg) $12K (€11K)
  12. Oranges (1kg) $2.9K (€2.7K)
  13. Potatoes (1kg) $1.3K (€1.2K)
  14. Lettuce (1 head) $1.8K (€1.7K)
  15. Rice (white) (1kg) $2.9K (€2.7K)
  16. Tomato (1kg) $2.5K (€2.3K)
  17. Bananas (1kg) $1.5K (€1.4K)
  18. Onions (1kg) $2.6K (€2.4K)
  19. Beef Round (1kg) (or Equivalent Back Leg Red Meat) $15K (€14K)

Restaurant Prices Bujumbura

  1. Meal in a cheap restaurant $4.3K (€4K)
  2. Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course $47K (€44K)
  3. McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal) $7.3K (€6.8K)
  4. Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught) $1.3K (€1.2K)
  5. Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle) $5.5K (€5.1K)
  6. Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle) $980 (€900)
  7. Water (0.33 liter bottle) $1.5K (€1.4K)
  8. Cappuccino (regular) $4.9K (€4.5K)

Cost Of Living Bujumbura

  1. 1 Pair of Nike Running Shoes (Mid-Range) $110K (€100K)
  2. 1 Pair of Men Leather Business Shoes $200K (€180K)
  3. One-way Ticket (Local Transport) $540 (€500)
  4. Monthly Pass (Regular Price) $33K (€30K)
  5. Gasoline (1 liter) $2.6K (€2.4K)
  6. Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre $490K (€450K)
  7. Apartment (1 bedroom) Outside of Centre $180K (€170K)
  8. Apartment (3 bedrooms) in City Centre $1.3M (€1.2M)
  9. Apartment (3 bedrooms) Outside of Centre $600K (€550K)
  10. Charges (electricity, heating, water, garbage) for an 85m2 apartment $33K (€30K)
  11. 1 min. of prepaid mobile local tariff (No discounts or plans) $250 (€230)
  12. Internet (60 Mbps or More, Unlimited Data, Cable/ADSL) $33K (€30K)
  13. Price per square meter for an apartment in city centre $54M (€50M)
  14. Price per square meter for an apartment outside of city centre $16M (€15M)
  15. Average Monthly Net Salary (After Tax) $810K (€750K)
  16. Mortgage Interest Rate in Percentages (%), Yearly 15%
  17. Taxi starting price (normal tariff) $2.2K (€2K)
  18. Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff) $2.2K (€2K)
  19. Taxi 1 hour waiting (normal tariff) $5.4K (€5K)
  20. 1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501 Or Similar) $54K (€50K)

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Entertainment Costs Bujumbura

  1. Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult $43K (€40K)

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Do you want to learn more about different prices? See the following comparison:

bananas

$0.49 ($0.28 - $0.7)
69% less than in United States

renting a small apartment in the center

$160 ($110 - $210)
91% less than in United States

local beer

$0.42 ($0.35 - $0.88)
92% less than in United States

rice

$0.93 ($0.63 - $1.2)
78% less than in United States

average earnings

$260
94% less than in United States

wine

$14 ($12 - $18)
7.9% more than in United States