The pound tumbling to long-term lows as the prospect of a no-deal Brexit looms ever closer means British holidaymakers stand to feel the pinch this summer in Europe.
Travellers have already had to withstand airport bureau de change outlets offering just €0.80 to the pound, but that now looks to fall even further.
So how best can Britons make the most of whatever sterling rate befalls them at the time of their trip?
Below we run through some of the most common mistakes when it comes to acquiring, and spending, your holiday money, and the five destinations where the pound is still performing well.
Currency analysts FairFX has said that £1.7billion could be saved by British holidaymakers who plan ahead. It has broken down our collective losses into six key points, with the amount of money each wastes across the country…
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