Complicated international travel restrictions have left many British people looking closer to home for their first summer break in over 18 months.
But at what cost? An influx of new domestic holidaymakers has seen the price of basic accommodation and travel soar by as much as 40 per cent this year.
Holidays to popular travel destinations in Europe have been out of the question for many after the UK revealed itself to be the most expensive place in Europe for PCR tests.
The situation isn’t helped by the country’s exclusion from the European Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), either.
Forms, tests, and traffic light systems have made the process of booking a holiday abroad
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