Budapest has one of the cheapest pints in major European cities – Daily News Hungary


New research has named the top 10 cheapest domestic beer prices for major European cities – Budapest ranked 5th.

Using sources such as TripAdvisor and AirDNA, The team at OLBG have created the European Nightlife Index, and ranked the best party capitals in Europe based on hotel prices, safety scores, the cost of domestic beer, the number of bars and nightclubs, taxi prices, and the number of casinos in each city.
You can review the research HERE.

Top 10 cheapest domestic beer for major Europe cities:

Rank

City

Country

Average Cost of Domestic Beer (0.5L draught)

1

Valencia

Spain

€2.20

2

Bratislava

Slovakia

€2.40

3

Prague

Czech Republic

€2.45

4

Lisbon

Portugal

€2.50

5

Budapest

Hungary

€2.63

6

Istanbul

Turkey

€2.86

7

Barcelona

Spain

€3.00

7

Madrid

Spain

€3.00

9

Warsaw

Poland

€3.42

10

Krakow

Poland

€3.45

  • Valencia is home to the cheapest beer, with a pint costing an average of €2.20. Valencia’s local beer is called Turia Marzen, named after the river flowing through the city. It’s a Bavarian-style lager made with toasted malt. Other locally brewed beers included Tyris, La Socarrada, and Er Boqueron.

  • In second place is Bratislava, where the average cost of a pint is just over €2.40. Bratislava has a strong beer culture, with the first mention of beer production dating back to 1477. The most popular beer in Slovakia is Zlatý Bažant, brewed in Hurbanovo, a small town southeast of the capital. Despite not being brewed in the capital, the large population of gold pheasants in Bratislava inspired the name of this beer.

  • Our top three is completed by Prague, where domestic beer costs just €2.45 per pint. The most well-known beer local to Prague is Staropramen, typically served in a tankard glass. Other popular choices include Černý, a dark lager, and Ležák, a lager made from aromatic hops.

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Further insights from the study:

  • Stockholm is crowned the worst city in Europe for nightlife with a nightlife score of 2.28/10. A night out in the Swedish capital will also come at a cost with an average beer costing €6.92 per drink.

  • Warsaw has the cheapest Airbnb prices in Europe, costing just over €74 (£65) per night. Depending on the location and the time of your stay, some Airbnbs are available for less than €30 per night.

  • Manchester takes the top spot with the most bars and nightclubs, at just over 55 per 100,000 people. Manchester has 218 bars and nightclubs, the 14th-highest total on the list. Its high number of bars and nightclubs means there is something for everyone to enjoy, whether that is a traditional pub, cocktail bar or unique venue.



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