Welcome to Brexit Airport, where you're just one stop away from the European break of your dreams!
Oh - and we'll be taking an extra £100 off you, please.
The pound hit a nine-month low against the Euro yesterday, trading at €1.10, as fears mount of a no-deal Brexit.
Lots of things about leaving the EU sound like meaningless prophecies of doom. But if you like a cheap break abroad, the falling pound is something that actually hits your pocket.
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If you're planning a holiday in Europe this month, things will quite simply be more expensive.
We've come a long way from the €1.30 exchange rate the night before Britain voted to leave the EU in June 2016. This week it's even down since mid-April, when it hit €1.16.
Yes, there are ways a low pound can help Britain - making our exports more favourable, for instance. But you won't be thinking about that when you're forking out for a hotel on the Costa Del Sol.
So we've taken 10 things tourists might buy - and looked at how much more they cost since April and the 2016 Brexit vote.
Please enjoy our gloriously depressing Brexit holiday guide.
1. 7-night luxury family hotel room in Alicante
Treat yourself to a seven-night stay in a luxury hotel in Spain. You'll be treating yourself to the tune of £213 more than two years ago!
This week: £1,413
Mid-April 2018: £1,353
Night before the Brexit vote: £1,200
2. Meal in Rome with a cheap bottle of wine
A family restaurant meal in the Italian capital could easily set you back €90 - that's £3 more than in April, or £12 more than before the Brexit vote.
This week: £81
Mid-April 2018: £78
Night before the Brexit vote: £69
3. Family ticket to Berlin Zoo
The German capital's zoo is world-famous and should set a family back €51. That's £7 more than if the pound had held up its value.
This week: £46
Mid-April 2018: £44
Night before the Brexit vote: £39
4. A week's car hire in Tenerife
Get away with around €180 worth of hire in the Canary Islands - £6 more than a few months ago.
This week: £162
Mid-April 2018: £156
Night before the Brexit vote: £138