Brexit travel: Forgetting this one thing on your European holiday could cost you £32,000

The cost of specific medical treatments would vary largely depending on the country a traveller is in at the time, as well as how serious the illness is.

Admiral compiled a list of some of the most common issues that take travellers down when travelling, as well as the associated cost with each.

One of the heaviest hitters is a heart attack, which could result in a medical bill of up to £32,000 in Switzerland, Portugal, Greece, Ireland and Spain.

If appendicitis strikes, patients could face bills between £3,800 and £4,800 in most European countries including France, Spain, Greece and Italy.

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