If you’re planning a trip to Manila or Prague, you’re in luck – those cities have some of the cheapest prices for beer around the world.
Deutsche Bank analysts collected data on how much it costs to buy a pint of beer in a neighborhood pub in the expat area of a major cities for its latest report mapping the world’s prices.
Beers are the cheapest in Manila, Philippines, at $1.50. Prague, Czech Republic, is close behind, where buying a beer will set you back about $1.60.
On the flip side, you’re going to have to shell out more for the same sized beer in cities like Oslo, Norway ($10.30), Singapore ($8.30), and Hong Kong ($8.90).
Prices for beers in major American cities tend to be on the higher end compared to cities around the world. New York City lists the most expensive prices stateside at $7.70 a beer, but San Francisco isn’t far behind at $7.40.