Now let’s learn about the countries with the purest, best tap water in the world. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it. If your travel around the world, the pureness of tap water does matter to you. Since the matter of clean drinking water is becoming more and more serious question, countries with the most uncontaminated natural springs and water supplies can be considered fortunate ones. Scientists doing the research have been using instruments which can detect bad chemical compounds that are two parts per million, and they literally found nothing in Chilean waters of Puerto Williams. But, South American countries are far from having the cleanest drinking water in the world. I was surprised that my home country is not on the list, since we do have clean and fresh tasting tap water, but at least I could get to know lots of countries that also have.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three countries with the purest, best tap water in the world from their list.
The first country on our list now is Czech Republic. As in the majority of European countries, tap water is perfectly safe to drink in the Czech Republic, and some would agree on the fact that it is also better than bottled water, which is something that we get to see more often. Water quality in the Czech Republic is very high since public water is constantly being controlled and tested. The second country should be Spain. Tap water is drinkable in whole Spain, but the taste is something different. Apart from Barcelona for example, tap water in Madrid or Granada are proud of their fresh, tasty tap water. At last, but not least we are mentioning Lithuania now. Baltic countries often get neglected or forgotten for some reason, probably because they are living peaceful lives on the rim of Europe. But, Baltic lands and Lithuania, in particular, have one of the purest, best tasting tap water. Lithuania has huge deposits of underground water which are very safe because no human intervention gets close to them.