They say it’s what’s on the inside that counts, but this selection of picturesque drinking establishments begs to differ. From classic London pubs, to chic Parisian cafés, to an award-winning NYC amaro bar, we rounded up of some of the world’s most beautiful places to get a drink.

 

 

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Churchill Arms, London

The Churchill Arms is a crown jewel among London’s countless pubs. Built in 1750, the real-ale-serving public house is a favorite among tourists and locals alike. Its signature flower arrangement reportedly costs over $30,000 a year to maintain.

 

 

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Café L’Affiche, Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s Café L’Affiche is a popular hangout with Amsterdammers, a sure sign it’s worth a visit. It has a charming outdoor seating and a cozy interior. Stop by for delicious Dutch beer, and stick around to chat with the friendly locals.

 

 

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Le Consulat, Paris

Said to be a favorite of notable artists like Picasso, Van Gogh, and Monet, Le Consulat is an eye-catching Parisian café boasting an impressive list of local wines. Sip a glass on the cobbled terrace for the full Parisian experience.

 

 

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The Cross Keys, London

Situated in bustling Covent Garden, the Cross Keys is a stone’s throw from many of London’s top tourist attractions. Take a moment to appreciate the ornate exterior before stepping inside for a well-earned pint in a salon brimming with Victorian character.

 

 

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Antica Trattoria da Pietro al Pantheon, Rome

Tucked away on a side street steps from Rome’s ancient Pantheon church, Antica Trattoria offers laid-back local cuisine and wines. It is a stunning example of a traditional Italian trattoria.

 

 

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Maison Sauvage, Paris

Maison Sauvage is a people watcher’s paradise. Located in Paris’s photogenic Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood, the restaurant’s terrace is ideal for watching the world go by while enjoying a curated house cocktail.

 

 

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Caffe Dante, NYC

Situated in the heart of Greenwich Village, this 100-year-old bar specializes in amaro cocktails, and is regularly voted among the best in the world. There’s nowhere better to enjoy a world-class drink (of which there are four pages worth!) than Dante’s cozy terrace.