Spanish holidays are going to Costa packet as fall in Sterling hits sunseekers in the pocket

Spanish holidays are going to Costa packet as fall in Sterling hits sunseekers in the pocket
 

The price of holidays to Spain is expected to jump by up to 10 per cent next summer thanks to Brexit and security fears in other countries.
The steep rise was blamed by industry giants Thomas Cook in part on the weak pound against the euro since last year’s referendum vote to leave the European Union.
The other big factor has been holidaymakers ­shunning hotspots such as Turkey and Egypt because of concerns about security.
Many are taking breaks in Spain instead, pushing up demand for hotels.
Next year’s price rises are on top of increases of six to eight per cent this summer.
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27 September 2017 in World News, Views: 46
Source: Daily Record
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