A record 31.5 million people visited London in 2015, a roughly 4.7 percent increase from a year ago, according to London & Partners, the official promotional company for London. It marked the first time the number of visitors to London eclipsed the 30 million mark.
More than 5.2 million people visited London between July and September 2015, a 5.9 percent increase over the same period in 2014, according to data from the Office for National Statistics International Passenger Survey (IPS). According to London & Partners, London has seen a 22.5 percent increase in the number of international trips to the city between 2009…
Boris Johnson: ‘These numbers prove that our great capital is without a doubt the best place on earth to visit.’
Several of Great Britain’s most popular attractions had record-setting attendance figures in 2014, new numbers reveal.
CIE Tours International has awarded the Roman Baths in Bath, England, with an Award of Excellence.
A £150,000 grant from the First World War Centenary Repairs Fund that will help repair medieval stonework at the famed Salisbury Cathedral.
An anonymous donor who says the historic Bath Abbey is “a vital part of Bath’s future” has given £1.5 million to help with a restoration project to stabilize the historic church’s floors.
Bath, the English city that is home to some of the most spectacular Roman ruins outside of Italy, is a “leading light” in the tourism sector, England’s deputy prime minister said this week.
Visitors to the historic English city of Bath are quite satisfied by their experience, according to a new survey.
For many, a visit to Stonehenge is an absolute must on a trip to England — and for good reason.