If you’re anything like us, you can’t function without a cup of coffee to start the day, and this doesn’t change when we’re on holiday. So, to mark International Coffee Day on Sunday, we thought it would be the perfect time to look at international coffee prices and which European destinations offer up the cheapest cup of jo.

The price of a cup of coffee when we’re out and about can vary massively, with a cappuccino costing on average £3.19 in London, while in Belfast and Edinburgh you’d be looking to pay between £2.72 and £2.75. With prices varying so much within the UK, we wondered what prices are like in other European capitals, with some interesting results!

The European capital serving up the priciest cappuccino is Copenhagen where you can expect to fork out £4.25, 18p more than the second costliest capital Reykjavik, where the average price is £4.07. In these locations, you wouldn’t be blamed for taking full advantage of the complimentary coffee sachets provided in hotel rooms, even if that does mean making it yourself!

Of all the capitals, Kiev is home to cheapest cappuccino, costing a mere £1.10, followed by Minsk and Belgrade. It may come as a surprise that Rome finds itself placed as the 4th cheapest location, despite being seen by many as the home of coffee.

With prices varying between £1.10 and £4.25 depending on your location, you may want to check the menu before you go ahead and order a pastry to go with your coffee!

Check out our infographic below to find out more.

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