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According to recent trends, Hungary's capital, Budapest, is the cheapest place in Europe to buy alcoholic beverages. A pint of beer costs $1.2 here. Prices for ten different drinks were examined at famous tourist destinations, spanning from beer and wine to cocktails and spirits. The findings revealed that the extensive round in Budapest cost half as much as in Amsterdam or Ibiza. Food and drink prices are very reasonable because Hungary does not use the Euro much, the Budapest exchange rate is similarly favourable. There are many other things to explore in addition to make your trip attractive.
In the Czech Republic, beer is actually cheaper than bottled water; a beer pint bottle prices are just over $1 in most places. You'll spend a lot more than a buck if you solely go to Prague. When you get out into the countryside, the expenses drop dramatically. Eggenberg can be purchased in a plastic cup at the top of Cesky Krumlov's Castle for only 23 Koruny. With a beer pint bottle, this country ranks high in Europe. Unsurprisingly, the Czech Republic has the greatest rate of beer consumption, with an average of 468 beer pints consumed per person every year.
There is plenty of cheap beer in Mexico. In this country, you can easily acquire a bottle for $1 or less for a beer pint, depending on how posh the location is and whether it's a tourist attraction. Beer is a letdown in most Latin American countries. Typically, one or two brands lead the market, with minor variations on a similar flavour. Mexico is an outlier, having a long tradition of high-quality beer at reasonable costs and a diverse selection. In Mexico, beer is easily available in stores, pubs, and restaurants, with few of the absurd regulations that exist north of the border.
Despite being a small nation in Eastern Europe, Bulgaria has a large number of beer brands. For European tourists, Bulgarian resorts provide the cheapest beverages; a bottle of local beer costs roughly $0.90. It's a significant discount compared to Nice, located in the south of France, where a bottle of beer or lager costs roughly £3.18 and a glass of wine costs around £4.09. Zagorka, Kamenitza, and Astika are the most renowned breweries in this country. The 2017 Travelex International Beer Index ranked Bulgaria as the best beer destination in the globe. It is possible to eat well for a low price in this place, so this part of your trip won't make a hole in your pocket.
Traditional beers are the most popular in Uganda. This country has the second cheapest beer in the world. A hybrid beer, Eagle Lager sells a pint for $0.83 to benefit the local community. Why is beer so cheap there? Actually, everything comes down to taxation. The Uganda Revenue Authority levied very low taxes on a litre of beer. That means that, with the exception of the bottle, Ugandan beer might be sold at a low cost. For this reason, bar owners on the Kenyan side have been left with no choice but to buy from Uganda in order to continue their business.
The cheapest beer on the new global chart is available in Hanoi and the surrounding areas of Vietnam, where a regular pint costs just $0.73. The South East Asian country, known for its beaches and vibrant cities, is set to continue to rise in popularity among British tourists as long as cheap booze is accessible. Bia Hoi is inexpensive and very popular there. Because it is prepared without preservatives and must be consumed within 24 hours of manufacturing, it is regarded as the freshest beer. The only sites where you can get Bia Hoi are in Hanoi and its environs. Bia Hoi is a very light beer that has no significant taste during or after consumption and has approximately 4% alcohol. Every night in Hanoi, Bia hoi is prepared and supplied to drinking places early in the morning.
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