The world’s oldest brewery was discovered in Israel and is believed to be around 13000 years old. That means that we have, as a species, had a long love affair with alcohol, and it remains a favourite across the world to this day.

There are some drinks, however, that tend to be unique to specific regions, usually tied deeply with that area’s culture, and provide a one-of-a-kind experience that it’s difficult to find anywhere else.

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While fancy cocktail bars, with new concoctions that smoke, bubble and fizz, are all the rage, there are some tried and tested classics that will always find their way onto any good cocktail menu around the world. While bartenders all try and put a new spin on the classics, some of the world’s most popular cocktails just can’t be beat.

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If you immediately think of airless corridors filled with pretentious people looking down their nose at the rest of the world when you hear the word Museum, you’re in for a treat. There are actually many galleries that display some very strange items all over the world, showing that the potential for human interest is vast!

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One way to tour the world is to look for something to tick off, like visiting the oldest pubs or bars in the world. The good news is, the top five are all located in Europe, with most of them being over in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It won’t be the longest tour ever taken, but it will be very interesting and full of great stories.

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Speaking generally, underground restaurants are best-kept-secrets, and eating at one is by reservation only – if you can find the contact details. However, there are a few restaurants around the world that literally offer dining underground. Set in caves and grottoes, their unusual locations and sumptuous menus mean they are usually also by reservation only….

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