Alcohol legislation in specific countries

bumchicken @ 08-06-2008 15:46

Hi there!

I'll be in Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovenia this year, and I know that in all of these countries the legal drinking age is 18. The problem is, I'm only 17 - I'm not intending to drink, especially since I'll be on my own, but I'd like to visit some bars/clubs in the evenings. I was wondering, to any travlellers who have been to cities in these countries, how relaxed are pubs/clubs in the cities about letting in under-agers? Should I get me some fake ID?

I ask because in the UK, obviously, they're uptight to fuck about letting people under 18 into clubs. I just feel that it'd be a more fun experience if I didn't have to worry about getting KB'd any time I tried to go somewhere at night. x!

AlphaOmega @ 12-06-2008 09:10

Hi bumchicken,

Generally in eastern europe, smaller pubs don't ever ask for id. Clubs, especially in the larger cities, will check for id at the entrance though.

also see pm.

Cheers,

AO


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