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Conventional wisdom states that the richer the country, the more expensive it is to visit. Plus if you want to splash out - or budget - then there are always options to do so. Likewise a stag do in London offers a wide variety of clubs and bars to get happy in. Yellow subway train in Berlin. Berlin is a fairly large and sprawling city compared with Prague. The former is home to over 3 million people and is London takes the biscuit with a population of 8 million and growing - and its tube system is famously labyrinthine and hard to navigate.
In Berlin if you want to use the U-Bahn for 24 hours it will cost around 4. Unlike in London, continental cities in Europe retain something of a local and regional culture.
But sticking to street food there are also delicious pancakes Bramboraky, which are a perfect snack before hitting the beers. A meal in an averagely inexpensive menu in Berlin, comes to around euros. And if you want a curry wurst it will, on average, come to around 2 euros.
London has a varied nightlife with places to have it large in all over - from craft beer pubs in the East End for the creative set, to more grimy locations in South London. However the bars and pubs are awesome too with a unique range of hipster hangouts and classic German beer gardens. The big nightlife areas are Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg, which are located in the Eastern side of Berlin.
And just to show how much they love beer - the Czech Republic consumes more per capita than any other with 1. There are plenty of places to consume the stuff, from microbreweries, to traditional Beer Halls. Berlin, the spiritual home of techno, has more outlandish and eccentric clubs than you can shake a stick at. In comparison Prague has an unstuffy, take all comers, nightlife scene. In Prague entry to big clubs can be around CZK, and if you happen to be in Prague on a week day some clubs, like Roxy, have free entry!