With prices soaring, many of us will struggle to afford a summer holiday this year.
Package holidays are around 19 per cent more expensive than last year, research from consumer group Which? has revealed.
And summer flights between the UK and Europe are around 32 per cent more expensive than last year, averaging at £237 (€271) compared to £180 (€206), according to travel search engine Kayak.
Long haul prices have increased too, from an average of £617 (€705) in 2022 to £785 (€896) – or around 27 per cent.
But this hasn’t dulled our desire to travel: searches for summer flights in the UK are up around 41 per cent on last year.
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