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  • Drinking age in Greece

    Drinking age in Greece

    There’s not even a legal drinking age in Greece if you’re drinking in private. However, if you want to go out and drink, or buy alcohol in public, you have to be at least 18 years of age. That’s the stated age, however. There are some anecdotal reports of kids

  • Drinking age in Amsterdam

    Drinking age in Amsterdam

    The drinking age in Amsterdam is 18. Amsterdam is also notable for being one of the only countries in the world where they allow the smoking of marijuana in special coffee shops. Holland has always had a history of very liberal social values, and they have long maintained a positive

  • Drinking age in the UK

    Drinking age in the UK

    The United Kingdom has some very numerous explications of its drinking laws, and lots of restrictions, points, and items to follow when you’re looking at its legal drinking age laws. Let’s start at the beginning and work our way to the top, in terms of age. The laws can seem

  • Drinking age in Spain

    Drinking age in Spain

    The legal drinking age is 18 in Spain, with the caveat that it is in most regions. In Asturias, it is 16. It is illegal to sell alcoholic beverages to people that are under the age of 18 years old. In fact, it is very illegal. The fine can start

  • Drinking age in England

    Drinking age in England

    Let’s talk about a subject that is very interesting to most kids out there, and for better or worse, is on their minds a lot – the legal drinking age. The legal drinking age is the age when a person is legally allowed to purchase or drink alcoholic beverages. These

  • Drinking age in Scotland

    Drinking age in Scotland

    Scotland is the home of Braveheart, and it’s also a country that has almost as big a reputation for drinking as Ireland does. So, what’s the legal drinking age in Scotland? The drinking age is 18 in Scotland, and people will be asked for their ID if they’re drinking there.

  • Drinking age in Denmark

    Drinking age in Denmark

    The legal drinking age is 18 to be served at discos, bars, and other places. To purchase alcohol that’s above 1.2% alcohol and underneath 16.5% alcohol content, you have to be 16 years old. To get served alcohol at public places, like discos, restaurants, bars, and the like, you do