Already considered one of the most affordable holiday spots for British travellers, Turkey is now even cheaper to visit.
The value of Turkish lira has declined so significantly since the start of the pandemic that the British pound is now worth twice as much out there, according to data by No 1 Currency.
Another firm favourite for UK holidaymakers is Spain – one of several countries in the Eurozone.
Current exchange rates show that the pound has been made even more valuable in this nearby hotspot, making gains of nine percent, according to the Mirror.
In fact, the paper claimed that a family paying €2000 for a fortnight’s holiday in Spain will spend around £150 less than they would have done before the pandemic.