Britons’ holiday money goes further
BRITISH tourists are finding their holiday money going further not just in the eurozone but in many other destinations as well, according to a survey. Around 80 per cent of world currencies are now weaker against the pound than they were last year, the survey from Post Office travel Money found. Brazil, South Africa and Mexico are among the holiday spots where sterling has strengthened the most over the last 12 months. Other currencies which have crashed against sterling include the Polish zloty, the Hungarian forint, the Czech koruna and the turkish lira.