Up to four million Britons will take a flight to Greece this summer as they look to take advantage of the strong pound versus the euro.
Figures from Travelex show that bookings to the embattled nation are twice as high as the average number for this time of year.
In the past two weeks, the number of all-inclusive holidays purchased has gone up by one-third as a lot of tour operators are reducing the price of a trip to the location.
According to press, Elvin Eldic, regional manager of Travelex UK, observed the UK΄s currency has been hovering around a 22-month high against the euro recently.
“It looks like when it comes to summer holidays, Brits are more concerned about bagging a bargain than whether or not Greece gets another bailout,” the spokesperson added.
Anyone heading to Greece is advised to take a mixture of cash and a pre-paid card in case the nation pulls out of the euro while they are there.