A favourable exchange rate means that you’ll get more Euros for your pound when you exchange them prior to travel and pay by cash or when you use a credit or debit card abroad.
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Brits 'throwing away' holiday money | World First Travel Insurance
Sun-seeking Britons are throwing away hundreds of pounds before they have even boarded a plane, research reveals.
Alzheimer's 'cured' in mice trial | World First Travel Insurance
A drug currently being trialled to treat cancer has been shown to potentially prevent Alzheimer's disease in mice.
Holidaymakers 'must watch out for fraud' | World First Travel Insurance
Holidaymakers are being offered advice to help them avoid being victims of fraudsters, who reportedly conned people out of £2.2 million thro
Rising number of youngsters 'now diabetic' | World First Travel Insurance
A rising number of children and young people are suffering from diabetes, according to a new report.
Med diet 'can lower heart risk' | World First Travel Insurance
People could halve their chances of getting heart problems by eating a Mediterranean diet, according to new research.
Travellers warned over embassy requests | World First Travel Insurance
British consular staff do a great deal to help thousands of UK nationals when they are in need overseas, but they may draw the line at offer