Overseas holidays on average 52 per cent cheaper this summer than in 2019 Lanzarote is the cheapest package holiday destination this summer, according to new research. The Canary Island, currently on the UK’s “amber list”, topped TravelSupermarket’s best value holidays between now and the end of August, with prices starting from £161 per person.
Package holiday prices are down by as much as 52% compared to 2019. Just don't forget the hidden costs. If the ever-changing traffic light system, isolation rules and Covid testing is putting you off foreign travel this year, the prices might tempt you in.
Travelling with dogs is becoming more and more popular There has been a 107 per cent year-on-year increase in bookings for dog-friendly holidays in the UK, so TravelSupermarket has teamed up with senior veterinary surgeon at the Blue Cross Hospital, Alison Thomas to provide some essential tips when travelling with your pet.
DRIVERS have been warned over pet safety after a viral TikTik video showed a dog hanging out of a vehicle by its seatbelt. TikTok user darianleigh92_ shared a clip of her Boston Terrier dog Archie dangling out of the front window by its harness while the car was stationary.
‘People are wanting to treat themselves, when they can,’ says Emma Coulthurst of TravelSupermarket As prospective travellers and the travel industry wait to find out whether any new locations will be added to the “green list” for this summer, new figures show most holiday bookings are for 2022.
PRICES of holidays to Portugal have dropped off the edge of the proverbial cliff after it was moved from the green list to the amber list last week. Where is it cheap to holiday in Europe now? The move left British travellers scrambling for last minute flights back to the UK so they could avoid the mandatory quarantine that comes with travelling to an amber list country.
Amber holiday price slash: Average cost of a break in Portugal in July or August plunges by 64% after it was axed from green list with trips to the Canary Islands 25% less than 2019
Prices for breaks in Portugal in July or August fell by 64% after move to amber Seven-night family breaks during school holidays are as little as £180 per person People returning to the UK from amber destinations must self-isolate at home Holidaymakers can make huge savings if they choose a destination on the Government's amber list, new figures revealed today.
Holidaymakers can make huge savings if they choose a destination on the Government’s amber list, new figures show. Many senior figures claimed data shows destinations such as Malta should have been put in the green tier, and questioned why Portugal was not put on a “green watchlist” to highlight it was at risk of being switched.
HOLIDAYS to Portugal have plummeted in price after the country was added to the UK's amber list. Families wanting a holiday to the country during the school holidays can find seven-night deals as cheap as £180. Portugal was one of the few holiday destinations initially on the UK's green list, which saw thousands of Brits flock to the country.
Prices of holidays to Portugal have nosedived a week after it was announced the destination was to be dropped from the UK's green list. The average cost of a summer break in Portugal, in July or August, fell by 64 per cent following last Thursday’s news, compared with the previous week.
Online package holidays intermediary Icelolly.com and TravelSupermarket have launched a joint venture.Palatine Private Equity, which owns Leeds-based Icelolly.com said the firm’s specialism in price comparison and deals would complement TravelSupermarket’s comparison services for holidays, flights, hotels, car hire and travel ancillaries.
Selected European destinations are likely to be placed in the green category with the fewest test requirements Travel agents and tour operators predict a stampede of bookings once countries placed on the 'green' list of destinations is confirmed.Selected European destinations are likely to be placed in the green category with the fewest test requirements and holidaymakers are poised to snap up any bargains.