Families heading overseas for the first week of the school summer holidays face some of the worst rates for the euro yet seen, with airport exchanges offering as little as 88 cents for £1. The market rate yesterday was €1.11 to
A record 2.4m holidaymakers will head out of Britain this weekend, according to the travel association Abta.
Travellers face a costly getaway because of the low value of the pound after Brexit. Some of the worst exchange rates are to be found at smaller airports, with exchange booths at Cardiff offering 88 cents to £1 and 90 cents being offered at Southampton.
Currency exchanges blame the low rates at airports on rents and staff costs. Experts advise holidaymakers to avoid the walk-up…
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