Conmen and thieves are going to elaborate lengths to rob holidaying Britons abroad.
One in ten parents over the age of 50 have visited a country after hearing their children recount their gap-year adventures there, according to a new survey.
A survey has found that a surprising amount of adults are still holidaying with their parents, and two in three of these parents are refusing to let their children pay a penny towards the trip.
British holiday-goers are sitting on a £1.6 billion goldmine by failing to exchange leftover holiday money back into pounds, according to a new poll.
A moment's carelessness or distraction on the beach this summer could cost holidaymakers as much as £600, research by Post Office Travel Insurance has revealed.
Holidaymakers will get no gain in Spain by opting to get their euros in hotels, according to a survey.
Families will find their holiday money goes 11.5 per cent further in Europe this summer, it was revealed today.
British holidaymakers are defying the pressures of the economic crisis by overspending when they go abroad, according to a new study.
Most holidaymakers (84%) intend to take foreign currency with them on a break, with around £400-worth being taken by the average Briton, a survey found.
The shape of travel to come will be unveiled by Sir Richard Branson today when he gives an update on his space tourism plans.
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