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If your wanting to have a drop of alcohol in Croatia then you can expect to pay 2% more than the average price in the European Union for liquor, according to statistics from Eurostat for last year.

One place you will want to avoid having a drink in is Finland. The Nordic country was listed as the most expense place in the European Union for alcoholic drinks. Liquor in Finland in 2012 was 75% more expensive than the average price in the then 27 countries in the EU. Behind Finland was Ireland (62% more expensive) and Sweden (61%).

Those wanting a bang for their buck should visit Romania, where according to Eurostat, had the lowest prices in the EU. In Romania prices were 74% of the average in the Union, followed by Bulgaria (78%) and Poland (79%).

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