Blog: The cost of holidays is soaring. Is Brexit or Covid to blame? – The Times

The cost of renting a car abroad has risen about 135 per cent in three years, according to the consumer group Which?

It compared the prices for a week’s rental over Easter this year and in 2019 and found that the average cost was up from £119 to £280. Travellers had to pay £600 a week for a Fiat Panda in Mallorca, £734 for a Skoda Octavia in Rome and £764 for a Ford Escape in Florida.

The insurer and comparison site iCarhireinsurance looked at the price of hiring a VW Golf or Peugeot 308 from Sixt, Hertz, Avis, Budget, Enterprise and Europcar for a week from May 28 to June 4 this year and in 2019. It found that average costs had risen from

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