Published on : Tuesday, March 20, 2018
English Tourism Week lures most of the local visitors, by showcasing the benefits of the tourism industry to local communities and the economy.
English Tourism Week is designed for the travelling and exploring England which was kicked-off last Saturday. VisitEngland is shining the attention on the country’s tourism industry, launching a video which gives a snapshot of places to visit.
Now in its seventh year, English Tourism Week raises the profile and showcases the benefits of the tourism industry to local communities and the economy. VisitEngland has worked with television presenter Julia Bradbury to cheer up more people to explore England and discover all there is to see and experience on their doorstep this spring.
Bradbury said that springtime in England is such an exciting time with our beautiful countryside leaping to life as it stirs from its winter slumber. From wildflowers to new-born animals, from heritage buildings reopening to mouth-watering seasonal food, it’s one of the best times to blow off the cobwebs, get outdoors and explore the amazing landscapes, experiences and activities on the doorstep.
VisitEngland Director Andrew Stokes said that English Tourism Week is all about celebrating the value and quality of tourism in England. The range of activities, from the quiet and cosy countryside to the roaring and vibrant cities, gives England a rare flare and it is hard to find elsewhere in the world. And all steeped in our rich and wonderful heritage. The whole industry comes together during English Tourism Week to showcase the variety of tourism products across the country engaging locals and encouraging them to be tourists within their own area.