As the pound hits its highest rate for over a year against the Euro, Skyscanner looks at some Eurozone hotspots where your holiday money will go further this summer.
Berlin (from £72)
One of Europe’s coolest cities, Germany’s cultural hub is a thriving, artistic and inspiring destination and is in many ways the epicentre of 21st century Europe. From its unique history to happening bars and clubs, Berlin has it all.
Faro (from £132)
A recent Post Office study showed that living costs in some parts of Portugal and Spain have dropped up to 40% in the last year. Faro is your gateway to over 100 miles of stunning Algarve coastline, excellent golf courses and great value food and drink this summer.
Paris (from £67)
A stylish, romantic and timeless destination, Paris attracts visitors for all sorts of different reasons. Art lovers mix with gastronomes, while young and old stroll the boulevards late into the evenings. Various diverse festivals take place in July, and of course 14 July is Bastille Day which will see a spectacular military parade down the Champs-Elysées.
Amsterdam (from £78)
You don’t have to be on a bicycle to enjoy the Dutch capital, but it is one of Europe’s favourite cycling cities. Enjoy the pretty streets and canals and soak up the vibrant and edgy culture. There are an amazing 37 museums to discover here, making it a popular choice for culture lovers.
Barcelona (from £89)
If you love the beach but also fancy a city break, Barcelona can offer you both. Check out the sprawling gothic masterpieces in the centre before lounging on one of the cities seven beaches. Football lovers can visit the legendary 100,000 seater Camp Nou: the world’s biggest privately owned football stadium.