Poland has become a popular city break for Brits – whether they are after a culture retreat or wild weekend, Karakow, Warsaw and Wroclaw, do not disappoint.
The strength of the sterling against the zloty has dropped post-Brexit, however, it has started to rise again this month and with cost of eating and drinking out so, it still makes great value for money. A pint of beer in one of the major cities costs just £1.50.
And with so many low-cost airlines, you can easily bag a return flight and accommodation for three nights under £100.
The Post Office named Bulgaria the best place for a bargain break as the country still offers low in-resort prices for Britons – and that’s despite the Brexit vote.
Currently the pound is worth 2.15 Bulgarian lev and with the cost of a standard larger at just 85p, you know your money will go far.