Top Alcoholic Cities
Alcoholic beverages, if they are not abused, it is interesting flavor range that could interest even the most basic non-drinkers. Actually, at this point an alcoholic beverage can appreciate the type of person who is at no dependency of alcohol. Today alcohol can be purchased at any corner of the inhabited earth without the slightest difficulty, but in some cities, “alcoholic tradition” is really brought to the artistic level. We offer to meet with the 10 top alcoholic cities.
Dublin, Ireland. 10th place
Everyone knows that Irish have strong tendency to strong drink, and it is not surprising that the great drinking establishments are caught at every turn. There is also one of the most visited museums in Ireland – a museum of the famous beer Guinness. Incidentally the name of Guinness even know those who is not interested in beer – “Guinness Book of Records” was founded in 1955, by the Guinness brewer.
Tokyo, Japan. 9th place
Japan’s capital has a huge number of bars, decorated in different national styles: English pubs, German bars, sports bar, karaoke bars and lots of liquor establishments. The most popular beers here are the Kirin, Sapporo and Asahi. Whiskey Santory, which produces by the Japanese company with the same name, which is the largest producer of whiskey in the country, is also extremely popular. One of the most modern bars in Tokyo is Soho’s Omotesando, located on the top floor of the CDI Aoyama Studios. In addition to the wealth choice of drinks bar strikes visitors with its curved aluminum walls and huge windows with stunning views over the city.
Amsterdam, Holland. 8th place
Here are many bars as well that accept visitors seven days a week. Unquestionable leaders between drink lovers are the red light district and the Rembrandt Square, where in addition to numerous cafes and shops is also Europe’s largest LCD screen.
Sydney, Australia. 7th place
Many old bars welcome visitors at Sydney. Thus, the Hero of Waterloo bar serves its guests since 1845, and the Lord Nelson Hotel has started even earlier – in 1841. Only drawback of these places is the relative high cost of drinks. Pint of beer will cost the visitors as much as $8.
Madrid, Spain. 6th place
The capital of Spain offers a wide variety of pubs, many of which are not closed until the morning. Prices of alcoholic drinks is relatively small: most bars offer beer for only $ 3-4. In the center of Madrid is famous historic Taberna Las Gabrieles bar, famous by the political debates met here. At Tuesdays you can watch the flamenco dancers at the bar.
San Paolo, Brazil. 5th place
Its 15,000 bars and nightclubs are constantly inviting guests to have fun. Admission prices start at $ 20, and the prices of drinks ranging from $ 1 to $ 10. But some clubs include the cost of drinks at once in admission. In Sao Paulo, you can buy alcohol right on the street, but the tourists immediately warned that the night walking in a state of pleasant drunk quickly can result in trouble here.
Prague, Czech Republic. 4th place
Beer connoisseurs claim that the beer in Prague is divided into good and very good. Therefore, in those places where prices are several times higher than normal, you can not go – beer in cheaper places is delicious just the same. Menu of most Prague’s bars posted on the outside door, and you can navigate very quickly. One of the most popular restaurants in Prague is a Lavka Bar and Club, where you can find a bar and disco, and even theater.
Cancun, Mexico. 3rd place
Many bars and cafes offer drinks just for a dollar per serving. A famous nightclub Coco Bongo surprise your guests by the fantastic views, not inferior in their luxury that can be seen in Las Vegas.
Istanbul, Turkey. 2nd place
Surprisingly for muslim country. The tourists can taste a beer for about $ 2 per cup. However, in the middle of the season when the influx of visitors is very high, the price can increase significantly. In the Beyoglu district, located in the European part of Istanbul, shops, cafes and restaurants are especially numerous. Some of the most famous – is Dulcinea, Madrid, and Kaktus.
Munich, Germany. 1st place
The number of varieties of beer in Munich just defies description. Beer in Munich you can drink all over the year and. In the end of September, begins the grand Oktoberfest – the world’s largest beer festival. During this holiday, each of the Munich breweries welcome visitors to their huge beer halls, which can reach a capacity of 10,000 seats. Especially popular for many years is a luxurious Hofbräu. Oktoberfest lasts about 16 days, ending the first Sunday of October. At other times, the spirit of this holiday can be felt in such places as the Lowenbrau Keller and the Paulaner am Nockerberg.