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2015 GoEuro Beer Price Index – One Croatian City Ranks

Croatia154One Croatian city has ranked in the 2015 GoEuro Beer Price Index…

GoEuro, who prides itself on helping consumers make educated decisions when it comes to spending during their travels by proving non-biased data, have released an index of world beer prices.

Dubrovnik is the only Croatian city to make the index and is ranked in 24th spot out. The 2015 Beer Price Index combines data from 75 cities around the world, including the 5 most commonly imported beers as well as the main local beer. Average prices at the supermarket and bars are combined to get an overall average.

2015 Ranking – 10 Cheapest Places (Overall price in USD)
1. Krakow – $1.66
2. Kiev – $1.66
3. Bratislava – $1.69
4. Malaga – $1.72
5. Delhi – $1.75
6. Ho Chi Minh City – $1.78
7. Mexico City – $1.96
8. Belgrade – $1.97
9. Asuncion – $1.98
10. Bangkok – $2.11

24. Dubrovnik $2.62

Check out the full index here.

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