Asset and Resource Hoarding

How far 20 Euros go in EU member countries? That Wild and Crazy Euro

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

 

The 17 Eurozone members use the same currency, the “Euro”, however 20 euros goes very far in certain EU members and it will get you nowhere in other EU member countries. For example, with 20 euros in Greece you can purchase 7 coffees, while in Portugal with the same 20 euros you will buy 30 cups of coffee. You get the idea.

 

20 Euros = 7 cartons of eggs in Ireland

16 cartons of eggs in Malta

20 Euros = 4 pairs of socks in Belgium

19 pairs of socks in Slovakia

20 Euros = 8 bus passes in Holland

43 bus passes in Slovakia

20 Euros = 6 liters of beer in Italy

20 liters of beer in Slovakia

20 Euros = 1,6 kg cheese (camembert) in Slovenia

3 kg cheese in Belgium

20 Euros = 2 movie tickets in Ireland

8 movie tickets in Slovakia

20 Euros = 2-3 cigarette packs in Ireland

10 cigarette packs in Estonia

20 Euros = 30 newspapers in Malta

11 newspapers in Cyprus (England is not part in Eurozone, for 20 euros you can purchase 57 newspapers).

20 Euros = 7,2 km distance with Taxi in Holland

23 km distance with Taxi in Portugal (70 km distance with Taxi in Bulgaria)

 

20 Euros = 2 liters of olive oil in Slovenia

7 liters olive oil in Spain

 

20 Euros = 24 pints of beer in a bar in Portugal

5 pints of beer in a bar in Ireland

 

20 Euros = 5 bottles of red wine in Italy

20 bottles of red wine in Portugal

 

20 Euros = 242 tea bags in Austria

704 tea bags in Malta

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