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Strong pound means European road trips cheaper
UK holidaymakers planning on a road trip to Europe over the summer will pay significantly less for their fuel thanks to the strength of the pound.
Tourists from Britain will find they are paying less at the pump in almost every destination in Europe, despite the fact that fuel prices have risen this year.
Post Office Travel Money's Motoring on the Continent report revealed that holidaymakers will pay up to 8.6 per cent less for unleaded petrol and 10.4 per cent less for diesel fuel due to the strength of sterling against European currencies.
The cheapest fuel will be located in Andorra, with unleaded petrol costing just £1.13 a litre and diesel just £1.03 per litre, which is a third less than in Norway which is the most expensive place to drive.
Luxembourg and Spain are also in the top three when it comes to low-priced fuel, with both countries offering £1.21 a litre. This means that filling up the car for a 1,000 mile journey costs over £10 less than a year ago.
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