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The Easter and summer school breaks will soon be upon us and Britain has plenty of new treats in store for families travelling to Britain this year. From surfing in Wales, new movie-related theme parks and immersive zoo experiences, there’ll be smiles from toddlers to teens!
Almost 5 billion people around the world witnessed the amazing events in Britain this summer. But as the sun finally sets over the London 2012 Games, there’s no need to be sad – there’s plenty more great British moments still to enjoy.
The Paralympic Opening Ceremony was an ambitious and inspiring show which saw disabled and non-disabled performers scaling dizzying heights in an amazing display of circus skills. Britain offers great accessible attractions and activities for visitors with disabilities.VisitBritain picks some of the most adventurous.
Is it something in the air, or the countryside, or maybe the food in Yorkshire? The county has produced an outstanding 12 medals - seven gold, two silver and three bronze - in the London 2012 Games.
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New tourism figures issued this morning confirm that Britain is well placed to build on encouraging inbound Olympic numbers.
You’ve seen us on TV, now ‘come and make your own memories’. That’s the message VisitBritain will take overseas today, as it uses the end of London 2012 Games to launch the next stage of the multi-million pound GREAT campaign and sets its sights on Britain breaking visitor records.
As London becomes Europe’s largest free Wi-Fi hub in time for the London 2012 Games, VisitBritain has launched the latest edition of its Mx Great Britain app, a mobile guide to the UK which allows visitors to research and book their holidays.
Positive figures prove that GREAT campaign is succeeding but now the work really begins.
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