Surprising enough, in spite of the evidence brought by experts that BREXIT will have a negative impact in overall for the United Kingdom, still, seems like the British Isles will remain a hot traveling spot for foreign travelers. These news come in contrast to the BREXIT unpopular opinion in its home nation, where Brits see its effect in terms of decline in tourism and traveling to the UK, among other things.
According to The New York Times, visits from the United States to Britain have always been a big tourism boon to her Majesty’s island nation, but after BREXIT, there’s every indication that the numbers will only increase in the forthcoming period.
For instance, data from British Airways claims to have seen a nearly one hundred percent rise in the flight searches focused from the US to the UK. Various travel sites like Expedia have also observed a significant increase in sales for trips and accommodations in the UK.
Nevertheless, the reasons are quite obvious. Though travel is somewhat restricted beyond the UK once you get there, the BREXIT effect shows a drop in what were a normally high prices (at least compared to those of the United States). This is a direct implication of the drama surrounding Britain’s scandalous vote for exit out of the European Union. Consequently, the Britain’s travel industry now makes double more efforts to ensure travelers to have a great time.
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