Berlin, Strasbourg, Budapest, Vilnius, Krakow – all claim to host the best Christmas market.
M&S, Pret, Boots, Sainsbury’s, Co-op – all claim to make the best Christmas sandwich.
Forget Father Christmas – these are the real questions of modern Yule Tide.
Black Friday is a good thing. Even for those unwilling to lose teeth over a flatscreen TV.
So you’ve got your well-deserved holiday sorted and the only thing left is getting your money. You then find yourself on the high-street looking for the closest bureau de change, or you decide to rely on your own bank card.
The problem is, £5.6 billion in travel money was lost by the British public in 2015 to hidden rates and commissions. On top of that, the pound recently plummeted to a 30-year low post-Brexit.
So why is that banks and bureaux are so expensive and more importantly, is there a cheaper way to get your foreign currency?
We always like to hear from WeSwappers out on their travels, but this email really made us smile… Read More
WeSwap product manager Olivia has just returned from her first trip to Stockholm. She kindly brought us back a whole load of tips – as well as duty-free Toblerone – but before we hear Liv’s insights, some reasoning behind Scandinavia’s recent surge in popularity with travellers. Read More