Record visits to north Wales boost tourism | Daily News

Record visits to north Wales boost tourism

North Wales has experienced a record-breaking summer for visitor numbers, the region’s tourism association says.

The chairman of North Wales Tourism, Chris Frost, said the number of day trips and overnight stays is up, with people booking for longer than usual.

One tourism site said it was the most popular UK holiday destination this summer, overtaking Devon and Cornwall for the first time.

It comes as some rules for travelling abroad remain in Wales.

Mr Frost said: “I’ve been in business here for 20 years and there’s been an exponential growth in tourism over the last 10 years.

“We’ve never seen such high visitor numbers, which is great post-Covid.



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