Is it a good idea to go ‘all-inclusive”? You can budget better but do you get bored and eat out?
New research by Post Office Money reveals that two-thirds of UK tourists on European breaks where all food is included end up spending around £250 on extra meals and drinks in restaurants.
They reckon tourists eat and drink outside the resort or hotel in order to get a real flavour of their holiday resort. But all-inclusive remains popular. Half of Britain’s package holiday travellers will opt for that deal.