THOMAS Cook have released their latest holiday report and it seems that Brits are increasingly looking beyond Europe for their summer holidays, The Sun News Website reports.
While Spain remains the number one destination for the nation, countries like Turkey and Tunisia are coming back into favour as well.
It’s overtaken Greece, which is now number three.
Tunisia has also seen a huge surge in bookings following changes in FCO’s advice, the Sun revealed.
The tour operator credits the uncertainty around Brexit for the changes.
Forty seven per cent of Thomas Cook bookings this year were to countries that didn’t have the Euro, which is huge jump compared to 38 per cent last year.
However, the favourable exchange rates in destinations like Turkey and Tunisia have also helped to attract Brits back.