If there is one thing that we know for sure it’s that British people love finding comforts from home during their adventures abroad. This is completely understandable – an evening brew is always welcome, even if we’ve just been lazing on the beach for the day.
At dealchecker, we strive to find the best prices for all our holiday destinations, so we’ve put together a little list of how home comfort prices compare in each:
One of the most charming cities in the world, the famous floating city of Venice is so popular with tourists that at times they can outnumber the locals by 2-to-1. This city practically drips with history and sights, and of course, you can get around the city on a gondola!
But if you don’t fancy the local Italian fare, what can you do? Luckily, we’ve had a look and discovered that you can get your fish and chips in for £7.60. If it’s breakfast you’re after, you can grab a full English for £10 and your morning cup of tea for £3.10. We’ve discovered a few more prices, just check them out below:
Goa is a special destination in India, you may be thinking of sun and sand but it can be so much more than a holiday for beach bums! A naturally beautiful part of the world, you can find some breath-taking landscapes, stunning fishing villages, as well as ancient architecture.
However, if you get sick of eating Indian food, you’ll find standard British fare for as little as under £10, and you’ll get your morning fry for just £5.80. Meanwhile, if you need to grab some milk for your afternoon tea, you can get a pint of it for £1.10.
Cancun is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico, and for good reason! It has many all inclusive beach resorts that offer tranquil beaches and relaxation during the day, while at night it turns into a big party town, with a roaring nightlife with clubs bringing in some of the best-known DJs, live performances and more.
If you get worn out from the crazy nightlife, you can pick up some home comforts to nurse your head. You can find a full English and a cup of tea for just £3.60, while a lunch of fish and chips will set you back just £5.20. Once you’ve spent the day recovering, you can hit the strip again and indulge in a tipple for as little as £0.90 for a fine British pint of lager.