A trip abroad isn’t cheap, but a lack of planning can swallow up even more of our hard-earned cash. From overpriced flight extras to buying travel money at the airport, these pricey pitfalls can taint that holiday feeling. Here we reveal the classic traps to be wary of so you can save your currency for the fun stuff.
Older people are being prevented from travelling by the rocketing cost of travel insurance and other expenses.
A third of adults who have been on ski holidays say they didn't get ski insurance. Find out what winter sports insurance covers and how to find the best policy for your holiday.
Almost 2 million people have let their Ehic expire in the lead-up to Brexit. Find out if you should renew your Ehic before 31 October 2019.
Cheap travel insurance is often the preserve of the young and healthy, but it's still possible to slash the cost of your cover, even with an illness. From skipping annual insurance to sharing a joint policy with a partner or friend, we've explored the five best ways to save money with a pre-existing medical condition.
Packaged bank accounts have been put to the test by Which? Money, with the very best saving you almost £200 per year. Find out which accounts are worth the cost.
The Financial Conduct Authority is considering plans for a new signposting service that would point customers with medical conditions to more affordable travel cover.
As many as one in three complaints about insurers are being upheld by the Financial Ombudsman Service. Which? explains how to complain about your insurer.
Over a third of Brits are planning on going abroad without travel insurance, find out how to protect your holiday and home now.
Flyers who buy add-ons with their airfare are at risk of paying more for an inferior product, Which? Travel has found. Bundling travel insurance or car hire with your airfare...