The prices at Europe's petrol stations are very different. This is mainly due to taxes.
The Dutch pay the highest price for premium gasoline in the EU. On average, they have to pay 1,67 euros for a liter of premium fuel at the petrol station. The cheapest are the prices in Bulgaria. Here the liter costs 0,92 euros. At around 1,41 euros, Germany is in the middle in terms of price, as shown by a Statista graphic based on data analysis by the Energy Information Service (as of January 25.1.2021, XNUMX).
In Germany, the tax component makes up around 88 cents in the liter price. In the Netherlands it is 1,10 euros and in Italy almost one euro (price per liter: 1,48 euros). In Bulgaria the tax is 52 cents per liter.