It’s something we don’t often include in our budget when planning a holiday, but perhaps we should – as a Moneycorp investigation reveals that tipping can add another £100 to the cost of a holiday (based on a 10-day break for a family of four).
The US, Canada, France and Italy have come out top as the most expensive destinations for tipping, where tips are expected on meals, organised excursions and even a round of drinks.
What are your thoughts on tipping abroad? When you’re not used to tipping (at all or as much) at home, should you be expected to tip in another country? Have you ever been stung by high tipping expectations?