Can you drink wine in public parks in Paris?
Carrying and consuming alcoholic beverages is prohibited by city ordinance in all Paris parks and gardens.
Does Paris have an open container law?
As I said, there are no pesky open container laws in Paris, so when in doubt, grab a bottle of wine and head down to the banks of the Seine, or lounge in the Tuileries (the gardens in front of the Louvre) or the Luxebourg Gardens.
Can you drink wine at the Eiffel Tower?
The twinkling of the Eiffel Tower never gets old… but no alcohol is allowed here; they really do enforce it.
Can passengers drink alcohol in a car in France?
Re: Are passengers in a car allowed to drink alcohol in France? No. You may not have an opened container of alcohol in the passenger compartment of a vehicle.
What is the alcohol limit in France?
France has very strict rules concerning drink-driving; the legal blood alcohol limit is 0,5g/l of blood. If during a police check, your level of alcohol is found at between 0,5 and 0,8 g, you may be fined up to 135 €.
What country has the youngest drinking age?
Youngest Drinking Age
These countries include Barbados, the British Virginia Islands, Cuba, Luxembourg, Panama, Serbia, Serbia, and Zimbabwe. In these countries, it is an offense for anyone to sell, give, or offer alcoholic drinks to people under the age of 16 years.
Where is the drinking age 16?
In Europe, the most average (median) alcohol minimum purchasing age is 18 years old. But some countries (Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Germany, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain) still set the minimum age at 16.