Britons might be missing some of the most popular attractions in Britain. __S.2__
Seventy-seven per cent of Britons have never been to St Paul’s and seventy percent haven’t visited the Tower.
This is the surprising result of Vrbo(r), a global expert on family vacation rentals.
Fewer than one-third of Britons visited the British Museum. This attraction attracts 6.2 million people each year.
Stratford-Upon-Avon has six million tourists annually.
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However, Shakespeare’s birthplace is not high up on Britons’ wish list.
Only three in 10 made the trip.
Almost a quarter of Britons visited Chester Zoo.
However, the zoo is third in popularity among UK visitors.
Britons often overlook Harry Potter’s attractions.
Lacock Abbey with its ‘Hogwarts’ corridors was where Harry Potter’s first films were shot.
But, it was only 13% of Britons who had ever heard about it.
Titanic Belfast is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Britain, with only 4.9 percent of Britons visiting it.
Cliveden House, which is unknown to 84 percent of people, was where Sherlock Holmes and Meghan Markle spent their last night before they married.
Britons love the outdoors, and they expressed their desire to visit more natural beauty.
Scotland’s Fairy Pools were voted the top place Britons should add to their bucket list.
The Blue Lagoon, Abereiddy in Wales is another favorite attraction, despite it being third in popularity in the UK.
Other items on the bucket list include Dorset’s Jurassic Coast and Somerset’s Cheddar Gorge Caves, as well as Lake Windermere in Cumbria.
Publiated at Tue 31 August 2021, 14:00:23 (+0000).