There’s nothing like soothing a bit of jet lag in a foreign country by checking out the local brew, but nowadays, many European destinations are tourist-ridden and overpriced. So where in Europe is the cheapest place to grab a drink?
Hungary, apparently. According to UK Post Office Travel Money, Budapest is the cheapest European city to purchase alcoholic beverages. Here, a bottle of beer will set you back $2.11; a glass of white wine is $1.81; a glass of champagne is $3.34; and a cocktail is $7.51.
Close behind Budapest is Prague (where beer is $3.91), Riga, Tallinn, Amsterdam, Ibiza, Berlin, Paris, and Barcelona.
The most expensive place to grab a drink in Europe is Dublin, where a bottle of beer could cost upwards of $7.39; a glass of white wine at $9.60; a glass of champagne at $17.73; and a cocktail at $10.28.
Next stop: Eastern Europe.
What are your favorite budget-friendly places to grab a drink?