The plunging pound against the euro is hitting tourists hard and means the cost for a holiday in European hotspots, such as Spain, Italy and France has risen.
Thankfully, if you're dead set on a European getaway this year you won't have to break the bank and can find great value for money in countries outside the euro-zone, like Bulgaria, Croatia and Turkey.
We spoke to the travel experts at Cheapflights.co.uk to find out where we should head for an affordable short break to ensure we're getting the most out of our holiday money.
'With the euro conversion not working in our favour at the moment, it's a great time to explore Europe outside the euro-zone to make sure you're bagging the best short-haul bargains,' said Oonagh Shiel at Cheapflights.co.uk.
Bosnia, Poland and Bulgaria are just a few of the options available outside the euro-zone and offer as much history, culture and beaches as you'd find in Europe's well-known destinations.
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