Holiday prices have jumped by hundreds of pounds compared to last year, according to new Which? research.
It found those booking a summer 2023 package holiday between 1 November 2022 and 3 January this year would have paid 19% more on average.
When Which? compared the average prices for six popular destinations it found Greece had seen the steepest rises.
A week’s holiday cost on average 30% more than in 2022.
Italy, Spain and Turkey have seen prices rise by a fifth or more.
Which? also examined data on flights and hotels.
Flights have seen the most significant increases, with prices this Easter up a whopping 51%.
Which? analysed prices for direct flights to 15 destinations in Spain, France, Italy, Greece and the US.
It found Italy and Greece have seen the most significant rises, both up a staggering 71%.
The US, which has the highest average fares at £1,527 per seat, saw the smallest price increase, at just under a third (31%).
It also compared the average price of booking three and four-star hotels in Easter 2022 and Easter 2023.
On average, it found that UK hotel rates have risen by almost a fifth (19%).
International hotel rates have risen by 23% on average