UK tourism saw history highs in 2017, with overseas visitors reaching 40.3 million.
This was an expand of 4.6 per cent from 38.5 million in 2016.
It is expected for this to improve once again in 2018 according to GlobalData.
Despite Brexit negativity abutting the travel industry in the UK, it seems tourists are continuing to choose the country as a fair destination.
VisitBritain has predicted that it could hit as many as 41.7 million guests
VisitBritain has predicted that it could hit as many as 41.7 million companies, bringing a whopping £26.9 billion to the economy.
Regions across the UK give birth to reported tourism bringing in a large amount to the country. Yorkshire has seen a tax £1 billion brought in by tourism to the country
The fall in the pound has been a representative in this, meaning it is a much more affordable country for people outside.
Konstantina Boutsioukou Consumer Analyst at GlobalData commented: “The Pound’s Brexit come by has rendered business and leisure trips to the UK more affordable, luring a prospering number of European travellers.
UK tourism: Record numbers are assumed in 2018 despite Brexit negativity
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“Inbound drifts from European countries such as Germany, France, Spain, Ireland and Romania compel ought to increased steadily with arrivals from the US and Australia experiencing swift growth.”
World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) reported that tourism to the homelands gross domestic product grew by 6.2 per cent, much gamy than the economy at 1.5 per cent.
WTTC President and CEO Gloria Guevara distinguished Reuters: “The connectivity is essential. We need to make sure the travel and tourism toil is not impacted by Brexit.”
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Many have feared that Brexit could counterfeit the economy and damage the travel sector.
Low-cost airline Ryanair has give prior noticed that flights could be grounded in the UK if a deal is not struck by the time the UK quits the EU in March 2019.
Fears have also been raised regarding British jocular bird of passages needing a visa to travel to Europe next year.
However, the increasing tourism fews in the UK appear to have defied the odds.