What to Drink In Other Countries? 8 Ways to Quench Your Thirst Abroad
And catch a buzz, if you wish.
by Madeline M.
Summer’s hot. That goes without saying. And while a nice glass of lemonade might sound refreshing, we at EF Ultimate Break prefer something a little more…exotic. Fruit skewers and drink umbrellas aren’t completely necessary, but they don’t hurt, either.
Our well-hydrated team of travel experts compiled a list of our go-to drinks to beat the heat in these summer destinations abroad. Check ‘em out and go sip one for yourself. Your taste buds (and internal body temperature) will thank you.
Champagne in Paris
Life in Paris doesn’t get much better than popping champagne in front of the Eiffel Tower…until you add a baguette.
Drink it on a trip to France
Fresh fruit juice in Belize
Just you, the beach, and the fresh flavors of Belize. And probably a couple monkeys, too.
Drink it on a trip to Latin America
A glass (or pitcher) of sangria in Barcelona
Get your daily serving of fruit sipping sangria in Barcelona. Your mom would be so proud.
Drink it on a trip to Spain
Wine in Rome
Pour yourself some red and raise a glass, because when in Rome. Plus, you need to wash down all that pasta.
Drink it on a trip to Italy
Beer in Munich
Work your biceps lifting steins of beer from the table to your face in Munich.
Drink it on a trip to Germany
Horchata in Costa Rica
Sugar and spice and everything nice, horchata is a South American classic that Costa Rica does right.
Drink it on a trip to Costa Rica
Guinness in Dublin
Going to Dublin without drinking a Guinness is all kinds of wrong, and you wouldn’t want to be wrong, right?
Drink it on a trip to Ireland
Scotch in Scotland (duh)
Start remembering words like “peaty” and “smoky” because the moment you cross the border into Scotland, you’re a whisky person. Just let it happen.
Drink it on a trip to Scotland
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