Here is a sample estimator, that you can use. Below are the sample prices for meals (probably on the higher end of the spectrum):
Here are all the “on your own” meals with the said prices and totals:
Please, note that in Prague you have to pay in Kronor, while in Bratislava and Vienna Euros will be used, but all these prices are in US dollars.
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Obviously, meals can be much more expensive, especially in “nice” places, but most probably kids will grab quick meals of the stands and go. Remember, that these prices are for sit-down places — street food in much cheaper.
We’ll try to publish some tips, but I’d recommend visiting the great site, Wikitravel. There is an “Eat” section for each city and it provides some basic info on what to try, because there are a lot of things they will not be able to find here in the US. We (the chaperones) will be providing some advice as well.
Keep in mind that many teenagers need more than 3 meals a day, though. We recommend giving them some nutritious snacks and packing them in their suitcases. Nutrition bars sounds like a good, compact option.
All, in all that looks like $200-$250 to be on the safe side.