According to a new survey, Prague confirms itself as the cheapest city in Europe when it comes to buy alcohol.
In average, a beer in the Czech capital costs 1.64 euros. The city has been able to overcome Budapest, which had the first place last year.
The poll calculated the price of 12 different drinks and beverages in the whole Europe: for example in Prague the total of the dozen drinks cost about 37.22 euros, 2.03 euros for a glass of wine, 3.66 euros for a vodka and orange and 2.64 euros for a glass of brandy.
The first five places have been – unsurprisingly – taken by Eastern European cities, out on the top ten, we can find cities more expensive, like Barcelona, London and Palma de Mallorca.
Though the cheapest overall, Prague was, however, deemed the most expensive city in Europe to buy a bottle of Champagne: on average it costs 71.26 euros.
These are the 10 cheapest destinations for alcohol in 2016, by the total price for 12 varied drinks:
- Prague, Czech Republic
- Budapest, Hungary
- Krakow, Poland
- Riga, Latvia
- Tallinn, Estonia
- Palma, Majorca
- Berlin, Germany
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Barcelona, Spain
- London, England