Tired of your lame nearby bar? Tingling to travel some place new? We’ve found a couple bars situated far and wide that will make your most loved 16 ounces of Guinness inside your most loved local dive bar resemble, well, a dive bar.

Get ready to get tanked with a staggering measure of excitement.

American Bar – London

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Americans traveling abroad may at first be killed by a bar named after its home turf. Be that as it may, London’s American Bar, situated in the stylish Savoy Hotel, merits looking at for its history alone. As per the bar’s site, one of American Bar’s most well known mixed drink, the Hanky Panky, dates the distance back to 1903, on account of a female barkeep named Ada “Coley” Coleman. In the event that the year 1903 sounds excessively present day for you, you can test mixed drinks that date the distance back to 1889. It’s an unquestionable requirement stop for any American visitor. Simply don’t raise that entire Revolutionary War thing.

Northern Lights Bar – Iceland

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Here and there, the view makes a bar really worth going by, not only the drinks. Such is the situation for the bar inside Iceland’s shocking ION inn, found not exactly a hour from Reykjavik. The bar itself is known as the Northern Lights bar, which essentially lets you know what you’re going to get. However, that hasn’t stopped patrons’ jaws from hitting the floor when they really observe the genuine Northern Lights from the bar’s floor-to-roof glass windows. Seeing one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World with a mixed drink close by? It positively beats asking local people regardless of whether they’ve ever met Bjork.

The Dead Rabbit – New York City

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In June 2015, New York City’s acclaimed multi-level bar The Dead Rabbit brought home two desired prizes at the ninth yearly Tales of the Cocktail’s Spirited Awards: World’s Best Bar and World’s Best Cocktail Menu, separately. Does the bar very up to the buildup? While its area—the Financial District—may bring about a fashionable person’s nose to hit the roof, it’s difficult to oppose the madly flavorful mixed drinks situated in The Taproom, or the acclaimed public punch bowl upstairs. For a bar named after a dead creature, it’s unquestionably full with life.

Artesian – London

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The World’s 50 Best Bars positioned London’s Artesian at number one for the fourth-back to back year on its yearly rundown. As indicated by The World’s 50 Best Bars site, the Artesian brought home the pined for title for its Grade-An administration. “Regardless of your identity, or what you’re attempting to press into your satchel, you are made to feel unique at Artesian,” the site composes. Obviously, the mixed drinks should astound, too, particularly on the bar’s moderately new, hashtag-accommodating Surrealism menu. On the rundown: the Snake Charmer #FeelingAdventerous, which blends Carrot, Sesame, Elderflower and Orange Blossom; the Anti Hero #FeelingLikeaRock, which has everything from Don Julio Reposado to Gentian; and the Your Room, Or Mine? #FeelingALittleGuilty, which practically says it all. #Awesome.

Sky Bar – Bangkok

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In case you’re searching for a real perspective of a horizon, look no more remote than Bangkok’s Sky Bar. Taking off 820 feet over the ground level, Sky Bar satisfies its name with its staggering all encompassing perspectives and similarly rave-commendable mixed drinks. As per the bar’s site, the New York Times announced that Sky Bar has “the most dazzling housetop bar you’ll ever observe.” Based on the photos alone, we can just imagine.

HR Giger Museum – Switzerland

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Heading off to a bar that is referred to conversationally as ‘The Skeleton Bar’ may not precisely sound like the greatest night on the town. In any case, the HR Giger Museum in Gruyères, Switzerland is unquestionably an incredible sight for its wacky-great style. The climate is somewhat similar to the Cantina in Return of the Jedi, just if the Cantina was some way or another gulped down by a Tim Burton-coordinated film of Moby Dick. Better believe it, that sounds sort of gross; yet after a couple drinks, you most likely won’t see the skeletal seat you’re sitting in.

Subsix – Maldives

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In the event that you consider The Little Mermaid to be your untouched most loved Disney motion picture, you’ll presumably need to look at Subsix, found simply off the shore of the Maldives. The bar is cool for various reasons, however for the most part to be the world’s first-since forever submerged dance club. That is correct, this one can be discovered 20 feet underneath the Indian Ocean, where it offers madly cool access to all the cool animals who swim in its waters. It’s practically similar to taking a virtuous trip to Seaworld, with the special reward of mixed drinks.

Baobab Tree Bar – South Africa

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Situated in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, the Baobab Tree Bar is entirely plain as day, but then absolutely magnificent. The reason: the minor, selective bar has been housed inside a 6,000-year-old tree since it initially opened for inebriated, insane business in 1933. As indicated by reports, just 15 individuals can be in this bar at once, as it’s only 13 feet high and 108 feet in boundary. Along these lines, you would be advised to arrive sooner than required. Damn. What’s more, here we thought our youth treehouse was really cool.