Melbourne brags a lot - but Sydney's got one up over their more southern counterparts - and it's related to the price of beer.
Deutsche Bank analysts have collected data on how much it costs to buy a pint in major cities.
For those looking to visit the Phillipines, Manila clocks in at $1.50 a pint, the cheapest place recorded.
News isn't as good for those visiting the UAE, with it costing 12 bucks a pint in Dubai.
For those playing at home, it'll cost you 70 cents more to get a pint in Melbourne than Sydney, with beers costing $6.80 and $6.10 respectively.
Thankfully, this is cheaper than across the Tasman, with a pint costing $7.10 in Auckland.
Here's a list of the best (and worst) places to plan your next holiday.
New York City, United States - $7.70
Paris, France - $7.30
London, United Kingdom - $7.20
Milan, Italy - $6.50
Madrid, Spain - $5.70
Athens, Greece - $5.10
Berlin, Germany $3.90
Lisbon, Portugal - $2.80
Cape Town, South Africa - $2.60
Mexico City, Mexico - $2.40
Having said all this, we'd love to know where analysts are paying $7.80 for a pint in Melbourne...