If you go to a country where the legal ages are different to yours, what law applies to you?!
If I went to, say, Germany, on holiday, I can buy some drink at 16, so would they sell it to me as a 16 year old or not because my country says 18?
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You must abide by the laws of the country you are visiting. So, if you are planning on travelling, check first what the legal age is in the country before you go there.
The country which you are visiting applies, so yes if you visit Germany you can drink legally.
This is the reason why so many Americans (legal age of 21) cross the Canadian border (legal age of 18 or 19) to legally drink.
You follow the laws of the country you're in at that time.
If you're in international airspace you follow the laws of the country where the plane is registered
Yes, you can.
People get drunk in Canada when their 18, but if you cross the border, and get arrested for intoxication, the charges still apply.
The laws are where you are at, not where you are from. So if your country is 16 and you go to the US for example which is 21, you can't drink until 21.
no you could get it there, its all about there laws not ours.
you abide by the laws of the country you are in