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Urgent: Get £10 boost on top of record euro rate

The euro rate's at a seven-year high as £1 buys €1.41 and you can do even better

Is it worth snapping up euros at €1.41 while the Greek crisis continues?

The financial crisis in Greece and ensuing euro worries, mean the pound is currently buying €1.41

Greece in financial turmoil: What to do if you're jetting off

Many in the UK are worried about forthcoming holidays booked to Greece, so here's a Q&A on what you need to know

Martin Lewis explains what a 'Grexit' could mean for your holiday

Many in the UK are worried about forthcoming holidays booked to Greece

Hiring a car? You'll need a DVLA code from today

The paper counterpart of photocard driving licences is being replaced with a new online system from today

Jetting off this summer? Act now to save

Don't leave it till the week before, our holiday checklist can save you large, if you sort it now

Mastercard vs Visa for using abroad - which wins?

Specialist overseas credit cards give you the best deal when you're spending abroad, but are they all the same?

Will the election hit the pound? It's at €1.39, so should I buy now?

The pound is at near record highs with £1 buying €1.39, but politics does play a role in currency movement

Fraudsters con holidaymakers out of £2.2 million: Protect yourself

ABTA, police and the Government have joined forces to urge caution when booking holidays online

Passengers will pay less tax on long-haul flights from today

The tax passengers pay on long haul flights has fallen today, although those on medium length flights will pay more

Cheaper spending, hotels, car hire and more: 10 tips to cut European holiday costs

This time last year £1 bought €1.19, now it's about €1.40 – the highest since 2007 - so things will seem much cheaper

The pound hits €1.40, should you buy now for the summer?

The pound has punched through the psychological €1.40 barrier today for the first time since 2007