With summer holidays, it’s time to start thinking of all the essentials – booking flights and accommodation, getting your currency sorted out and, of course, planning the booze budget.
Whether you’re planning a few sessions or just fancy the occasional cold one, it’s important to know how much to set aside as prices vary massively depending on where your travels take you.
Prague is a beer lovers’ paradise, with the average beer only costing £1.17. The other cities where you’ll find yourself paying less than £2 for a pint are Johannesburg (£1.63), Taipei (£1.77) and Krakow (£1.79) – so if it’s likely to be a boozy trip – these are all worth looking at.
Top 5 Cheapest Pints
- Prague – £1.17
- Johannesburg – £1.63
- Taipei – £1.77
- Krakow – £1.79
- Rio De Janeiro – £2.21
For those in the market for an affordable glass of the amber nectar, you may want to steer clear of Dubai which currently averages out at £9.00 per pint. The other main offenders for sky high beer prices are Oslo (£7.00), Hong Kong (£6.00) and Singapore (£5.94).
Top 5 Most Expensive Pints
- Dubai – £9.00
- Oslo – £7.00
- Hong Kong – £6.00
- Singapore – £5.94
- New York & Paris – £5.32
With the average price of a pint of lager in the UK at £3.58 and the price of bitter topping £3 for the first time ever as of the end of 2017 – £5.19 if you’re in London – it’s a safe bet that you’ll find a cheaper round abroad this summer.
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