Right now, there’s a worldwide buyer’s market when it comes to travel, and you can thank an incredibly strong U.S. dollar for that.
The U.S. currency’s value is up 4.3 percent since the presidential election, and while the surge is putting pressure on U.S. exporters, it represents a great opportunity for U.S. travelers.
The Euro is now down to about a dollar five, and could be at parity soon.
That makes it much more expensive for Europeans to travel.
What’s the result? Lots of empty seats across the Atlantic.