The cheapest European airfare is £6,700 per person, according to new research.
The cheapest flight from London to Paris is £14,500.
And if you’re lucky enough to fly from Lisbon to Lisbon, it will cost you £13,000.
The study by the independent travel agency, Lonely Planet, also said the cheapest way to book a European holiday is by booking online.
And for some, the best way to travel is by using a hotel, which cost less than £50,000 per person in 2016.
This is despite the fact that hotels can be a huge drain on your budget.
“You don’t have to pay as much for a hotel as you might think you might,” said Lonely Planet travel expert Sarah Hill.
It is not just travel agencies that have been making this change, with bookmakers also now offering more flexible deals.
As well as making the travel shopping easier, it is also making it cheaper for you to buy goods online.
So how does this affect your travel budget?
As we have already covered in detail, you should book your holiday abroad at a hotel with a lower room rate, so that you can save money when you go.
But Lonely Planet says hotels can also make you spend more.
Lonely Planet said that while many hotels have reduced room rates in the past, it may be more efficient to book your stay in a lower rate hotel.
That means the cheaper you can book, the more likely you are to be staying at a lower cost.
What if you have to choose between buying something at a cheaper rate or staying at the same hotel?
You can also choose between a cheaper price and staying at an even cheaper rate.
For example, if you stay at a £12,000-a-night hotel in Lisbon, you could spend £11,000 in Lisbon on a single night.
But if you book at the £15,000 rate, you will have spent only £8,000 at the hotel.
It could mean you are saving £2,000 by staying at Lisbon’s cheapest rate hotel, while you would have saved £3,000 if you stayed at a more expensive rate hotel in London.
Why is it important?
When you are planning your holiday, you need to make sure you are looking after yourself and your family.
This includes planning your meals, ensuring your luggage is organised and ensuring your personal belongings are kept clean.
You should also take advantage of the many services that come with being a holidayer, such as travel insurance, hotel discounts and bookings.
There are also benefits to staying in a hotel.
For example, a room in a top hotel can last longer and have better amenities than a room that is less than 5% full.
Do you need more help?
If you have more than one person staying with you, it can be hard to decide which hotel to choose.
In some cases, it might be cheaper to book with one hotel than another.
This can also mean that you need additional help from your hotel staff, who may be able to help with some of the booking processes.
If you are unsure, try contacting your hotel’s customer service team or their customer service manager.
If things don’t work out, you can always ask your hotel to offer you a refund or other support.
Read more about the research into the cheapest hotel prices in Europe