British expats love Benidorm’s pub culture as a quarter of Britons would miss British food a | Travel News | Travel

Around 10% of Britons said they would miss their local pub too much to make the jump abroad.

This could explain why the Spanish resort town of Benidorm is so popular among British expats.

According to data from Spain-Holiday, Benidorm is the number one destination in Spain for British expats.

Expats will find a wealth of British culture in the resort town with no less than 40 British pubs and restaurants in Benidorm.

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Sunday roast lovers will be able to feast on the traditional dish while fish and chips are also very popular in the resort.

Australia is also a top destination for Brits who love the comforts of home, as the country has a thriving pub culture.

Britons aged 65 and over were the most worried about missing the pub abroad, making Benidorm a great choice for British pensioners.

Almost 15% of Britons fear moving abroad because they are afraid to drive abroad.


Nilan Peiris, product director at Wise, told “With all that has happened in recent years, it’s no surprise that Britons are seizing the opportunity to live a more international life and are pursuing new adventures based on their passions.

“It comes with its own set of challenges, including adjusting to new lifestyles and dealing with administrative issues, such as managing your finances during and after the big move.

“It’s important to find a financial provider that fits your lifestyle, like a multi-currency account, that can help you access local bank details, save money on exchange rates, and spend like a local.

“Moving abroad involves many moving parts, and finding a flexible financial provider that meets your needs is one of the ways to make that experience as smooth as possible.”

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