If a trip to the U.K. is on your bucket list, now might be a good time to start planning.
In the wake of the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union, economic concerns have pummeled the British pound. Earlier this week, the pound hit its lowest level against the dollar since 1985.
Wednesday, the pound bought $1.30, down 13 percent from June 23, the date of the Brexit referendum. That's 16 percent less than last year, and 24 percent less than two years ago.
Yet the Brexit drop isn't necessarily a reason to travel by itself.
"Would you buy something because it's 10 percent off?" said George Hobica, publisher of travel site AirfareWatchdog.com. But combined with competitive airfare and hotel rates from cheaper oil and softening demand, travelers can cobble together a much cheaper trip.