Krakow and Kiev are the cheapest cities in the world to buy beer, according to a new study of popular travel destinations.
The average bottle in both cities costs €1.51, the study found.
The Polish and Ukrainian cities topped the list for the cheapest beer in the world, sprinting ahead of Dublin - which placed 54th with an average bottle (33cl) costing €5.73.
Bratislava in Slovakia was the third cheapest country in which to order a bottle of beer, while Malaga, Delhi and Ho Chi Minh City completed the top six.
Asian cities including Bangkok, Bali and Manila were also found to be cost efficient when it came to a few scoops, with the average bottle in Thailand’s capital costing €2.84.
Although Dublin placed well down the list, a bottle of beer in the capital is still cheaper than in Geneva - where city-slickers pay an eye-watering average of €9.83.
New York, Oslo, Tel Aviv and Hong Kong are also destinations likely to make your head hurt when it comes time to pay the bill.
The research, carried out by GoEuro.co.uk, found that the Polish consume the most alcohol - downing 127l per capita each year.
The 20 cheapest cities to have a bottle of beer:
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