Ok, lets see. I'll start with what we paid in Athens, Greece:
> accommodation prices - 330 euros a month, 1 bedroom, 1 bath, nice sized kitchen, large living room - close to metro station
> public transportation fares (tube, bus etc ...) it was 70 cents, I think it has gone up though - for the metro, didnt use the bus. Cabs can get pretty expensive, because it takes cars a long time to make their way through the city
> food prices(per month, how much does it cost you?) for 2 of us, about 600 euros a month (ate out a lot)
> health prices (for those who need medical insurance) well, doesn't count for us right now, as he is a doctor, so most of what we get is free =p
> eduction prices (if you need to pay)
> energy prices (oil, electricity) we use lots of electricity, our bills were (and still are) about 100 euros a month, thats with blasted cold A/C in the summer =p
> common bills (Internet, television, telephone, mobile phone) internet, we pay about 30 a month for adsl, NOVA satellite TV is 50 a month, telephone with caller id about 22 a month. Also, for apartment buildings there are "common" expenses, which in Athens included heating, rounded out to I guess about 30 a month, but you pay more in the winter, obviously, water bill was about 30 a month
> prices of a good menu in a traditional restaurant nice meal for 2, with wine, around 50 euros
> prices of a beer and of a coffee in a regular pub 3 to 5 euros, VERY high
For the smaller villages, on Kos (the island) our accomodation was 265 euros a month, all the other prices really about the same. In Litochoro, we paid 190 euros a month for what amounted to a 2 bedroom apartment.
Here in Thessaloniki, we aren't paying for the apartment (since it belongs to the family) but the other prices are the same. But apartment costs in the city centre (where we live) and even in the near outskirts can be very high (for Greece), up to 600 euros a month for a 1 bedroom.