PUBLISHED: 09:09, Mon, Sep 28, 2020 | UPDATED: 09:09, Mon, Sep 28, 2020
Travel corridor destinations are rapidly being cut by the Government, however, one holiday favourite remains. Despite, this due to lessening demand for holidays in 2020 the cost of travel to Greece has been slashed by almost half.
According to new data from TravelSupermarket, holidaymakers looking to jet off to tourist hotspots such as Corfu and Kos could offer some affordable late summer sun deals.
Though some islands in Greece have been axed from England travel corridor list, including Crete, Lesvos, Mykonos, Santorini, Serifos, Tinos and Zakynthos, other popular destinations remain.
Under current advice, holidaymakers from England can still enjoy a trip to Rhodes, Corfu and Kos.
And with prices down by up to 41 percent, Britons could nab a deal in the process.
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Holidays: Greece holidays have dropped in price (Image: Getty Images)
Greece: Parts of Greece remain on the UK travel corridor list (Image: Getty Images)
TravelSupermarket's data shows that last-minute seven-night Greece holiday deals with easyJet have fallen to as little as £156 per person.
Meanwhile, four to seven-night stays with TUI are on sale from £169 per person.
Similarly, Jet2 is offering Greece holiday deals from £248 per person.
However, though English holidaymakers might be able to snap up an affordable holiday without the need for quarantine, the same is not true for those flying from Scotland.
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