SPAIN sells the cheapest alcohol in the eurozone, according to research by the EU’s statistics office Eurostat.
The price of alcoholic beverages in Spain was 84% of the median price across the whole EU, making it the cheapest of any country using the Euro.
Outside of the eurozone, only four countries have cheaper alcohol: Czech Republic (82%); Hungary (77%); and Bulgaria and Romania (74%).
The most expensive countries in the eurozone were Finland (182%), followed by Ireland (177%) and Sweden (152%).
Meanwhile outside of the eurozone, the United Kingdom was the priciest, with costs reaching 204% of the European mean.