CNBC, March 25 2017 – Global turmoil is becoming a boon for Americans travelling abroad, data suggests

Published by Steven Benna March 27, 2017

With that impact on hotel rates and other on-the-ground expenses, travelers could see big savings. The average cost of a trip to the U.K. during the summer and fall seasons is expected to drop by 7 percent this year compared to the same seasons last year, according to figures from Squaremouth, a travel insurance comparison website.

Squaremouth anticipates the average cost of a trip to Germany will be 13 percent lower than 2016. Travel to Italy could be nearly 10 percent less, and France, 6 percent cheaper.

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