It has never been cheaper to visit Argentina, with the nation’s economic struggles triggering a dramatic plunge in the value of the peso.
The pound has almost doubled in value against the currency since the start of the year, with British holidaymakers exchanging £1,000 now benefiting from the equivalent of £457 more spending money.
Though many larger hotels in destinations such as Buenos Aires price their rooms in dollars, goods and services that use the peso, such as restaurants and local attractions, offer excellent savings.
Travellers using independent hotels and Airbnb should also benefit.
February’s launch of lowcost flights to Buenos Aires by Norwegian, with fares from Gatwick starting at £250 one-way, has also helped those hoping to see the country on a budget.
The peso’s collapse has at