Britain as a visitor destination will be in the global media spotlight with the G7 Summit in Cornwall fast approaching and VisitBritain is taking the opportunity to inspire future travel.
VisitBritain has forecast a total of £6.2 billion will be spent on inbound tourism into the UK this year, less than a quarter of the £28.4 billion seen in 2019.
Businesses in the UK registered to the ‘We’re Good To Go’ scheme can now be automatically issued with the international ‘Safe Travels’ stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council.
The body predicts a gradual increase in the value of inbound tourism during January to March next year, with a step-change heading into Easter and the spring.
ExploreGB Virtual, taking place in March, will invite international buyers to connect online with travel trade suppliers from across the UK to do business and boost bookings.
Putting the train back at the heart of business travel is the aim of three UK rail operators who are backing a new customer confidence scheme by VisitBritain.
The 2018-19 accounts of the British Tourist Authority, also known as VisitBritain and VisitEngland, have received a qualified opinion from the comptroller and auditor general of the National Audit Office, Gareth Davies.
VisitBritain has announced that its flagship annual meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions event, MeetGB, will this year be run as a virtual educational event.
VisitBritain has announced that its flagship annual travel trade event, Explore Great Britain & Northern Ireland, is to be held in Belfast. The event, VisitBritain’s largest annual travel trade event, will next year being held at the International Convention Centre on May 18th-20th.
VisitBritain has today announced that its flagship annual meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions event - MeetGB - will be held at the Celtic Manor Resort next year. To be co-hosted by the recently opened International Convention Centre in Wales, the event will take place in April.
VisitEngland has launched the next phase of its campaign to get more young Brits to take a short break at home with a series of new short films and images. VisitEngland statistics show that 16-to-34-year olds had the lowest growth across all age groups for taking holidays at home during the last decade, 2008 to 2018.