Brits are paying up to 35% more for their holidays to Europe since Brexit caused the pound to fall, according to new data from

The booking site’s annual Hotel Price Index compared the 2015 and 2016 costs of the 100 most popular international destinations and found that 90% of places had become more expensive.

The significant price increases are due to “the fall of the pound in light of turbulent events at the end of 2016”, according to, and “it’s clear from our data that typical family trips abroad last year were more expensive than they’ve previously been.”




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