Most of Europe may agree on a shared-currency, but that does not mean that similar items can be found for similar prices throughout. Take coffee, for example.

Want to soak up the café culture in some of Europe’s most iconic cities but aren’t sure how much it will cost? Check out Travelbite.co.uk’s handy infographic which does that for you, comparing the price of a cup of coffee in various European cities. A great way to budget for your next city break, the bigger the cup – the more you get for your money (in relation to an averagely priced cup of coffee in the UK). The smaller the coffee cup, the likelihood is that other items such as the price of a beer or a hotel room will be expensive too.

Found at Travelbite.co.uk/

2 COMMENTS

  1. Can’t believe this map doesnt show coffee loving country Greece!!! With its amazing Freddos, freddoccinos, affogatos and so many more!!

    • Liz, you’re absolutely right! I hadn’t noticed before, but Greek coffees are amazing, what a shame it’s been left out here!

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