Why you should book a European city break in the event of a no deal Brexit

Late autumn city breaks in Europe now look a little more attractive
Late autumn city breaks in Europe now look a little more attractive Credit: istock

With a no deal Brexit looming, should we be put our holiday booking plans on hold? That will, I think, be the reaction of many. But, while Brexit of any kind will mean disadvantages for travellers, there is one key positive that will make things much easier than they might have been: the timing.

In fact, it is looking as though November might turn out to be a surprisingly good time to travel to Europe.

The proposed leaving date - midnight on October 31 - is traditionally the end of the season for European holidays. Most tour operators will have ended their charter flying programme and either be looking ahead to 2020, or gearing up for winter sun holidays - the vast majority of which are, of course, outside the EU. 

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