The drinking age in Spain is 18, this age does not apply to alcohol and tobacco.
Spain has a drinking age of 18 so it’s not a problem, but it’s still a problem that alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs are not. If you’re over the age of 18 in Spain, you can still drink alcohol, but it’s not considered a legal drink and you can’t smoke in public venues and you are not allowed to buy tobacco in public venues.
A good rule of thumb is that you should never drink more than five glasses of any type of alcohol. You should also learn to drive in Europe, and if you are under the age of 18, you should get your parents and your parents alone to drive you home.
I’m with John, not to mention that Spain is one of the countries with the highest per capita rates of drunkenness and vehicular accident.
Here is my point: there is a drinking age in Spain and it is not enforced.
So I guess that is the reason why they allow booze in restaurants and bars across the country. The fact is that Spain’s drinking age has been in place since at least the 1800s. And if you aren’t getting pulled over by police officers to pay a fine of some sort, then you probably shouldn’t be drinking in public.
I don’t have a Spanish language version of this, but I’m pretty sure that Spain has a drinking age, and it is enforced.
The country’s drinking age is set by the government. The age isn’t enforced and if you do get charged, its because you’ve been drinking too much, not because of the age. The fact is that in many places, alcohol can be a serious problem, especially in public spaces. Drinking in restaurants and bars is a common problem, and the drinking age is an attempt to limit it (and the cost of alcohol).
Spain is a drink-happy country, and it is not uncommon to see people drinking on the streets. I think there is a drinking age in Spain. But I am not sure, so I assume not.
The main problem is that in Spain, it’s not enforced. In fact, many people get drunk in public because it’s so easy. Of course, if you’re drunk and you start a fight, you can be charged. And it is not uncommon to see people on the street with no ID, not even an ID card.