Prague is among the twenty cheapest cities for foreigners to move to according to a new survey.

Transportation and meals are relatively cheap, but apartment rents are more expensive.

The Relocation Price Index 2017, considers four main factors contributing to the total cost of an expat’s first month in a new home: the rent for a one-bedroom apartment in the city centre (35m/sq), the cost of mobile phone set up and data plan, the price of a monthly public transportation pass, as well as food and drink for thirty days.

Within Europe, only 7 cities were cheaper to relocate to than Prague: Bucharest, Sofia, Riga, Budapest, Warsaw, Athens and Tallinn.

Globally, the highest monthly costs await expats in Luanda Angola, New York, San Francisco, Zurich, London and Hong Kong.