en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tourism_in_the_United_Kingdom

The United Kingdom is the world's 6th biggest tourist destination, with 36.115 million visiting in 2015. US$22.072 billion was spent in the UK by foreign tourists.

www.visitbritain.com

Planning a holiday to the UK? Discover everything you need to know about visiting England, Scotland, Wales and Northern ... Explore Travel Offers by Location.

www.tourism.australia.com/en/markets-and-stats/market-regions/europe/united-kingdom.html

UK is the second largest market for regional dispersal. ... tourism operators will meet with 300 specially selected frontline travel sellers from the UK, Europe, the ...

visiteurope.com/en

Plan your vacation to discover European culture, heritage, architecture, ... The Official Travel Portal of Europe. View all. By region. Atlantic Coast · Baltic States ...

www.statista.com/topics/3848/travel-and-tourism-in-europe

Discover all statistics and data on Travel and tourism in Europe now on statista. com! ... International tourism receipts of Europe 2009-2017, by region ... rail fare changes timeline england wales Share of planned domestic vacations per country ...

www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/leisureandtourism/articles/traveltrends/2015

May 20, 2016 ... The trends in overseas travel and tourism by UK residents over the .... UK, £70 in 2015, with those from the EU Other sub-region (residents of ...

wikitravel.org/en/England

Regions of England .... Central Europe has very hot summers and very cold winters, but England is both less extreme (surrounded by ..... The company provide tours of England's tourist hotspots, such as the Lake District and the beaches of ...

www.etoa.org

ETOA is the leading trade association for tour operators and tourism suppliers with business in European destinations with more than €12bn of business.

ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Tourism_statistics_at_regional_level

Sep 13, 2018 ... In 2016, France had more tourist arrivals than any other country in the world, while Spain (3rd), Italy (5th), the United Kingdom (6th) and ...