Most Brits think Spain, Greece, and Turkey will be ‘too hot’ to visit by 2027, as climate change drives temperatures up.
Every summer, travellers from the drizzly UK flock to Europe for the sunshine.
But with the mercury steadily rising year-on-year, this trend could shift, new research suggests.
According to a UK survey by InsureandGo – a specialist travel insurance provider – climate change is altering people’s holiday expectations.
In a poll of more than 2,000 respondents, 71 per cent thought that parts of Europe would be too hot to visit over summer by 2027.
The results are “staggering,” says Chris Rolland, CEO of InsureandGo travel insurance.
“UK holiday makers are really paying attention to
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