Published on : Saturday, December 29, 2018
Bournemouth is literally the Miami of the UK. One can get to see golden sands stretching for miles, sunshine glinting off the bright blue sea, along with lights and bustle of a thriving coastal city 100ft below.
Bournemouth would remind anyone of spectacular view of one of Florida’s famous beachfronts.
With more than £100million of investment made into the resort in recent years, the place is now a big draw for the tourists.
Although new, upmarket hotels have been built, along with a multi-million pound entertainment complex and infrastructure improvements across the seafront, Bournemouth has lost none of its charm and appeal that makes a British seaside holiday so very appealing.
One can get to see huts lining the seafront, with locals and tourists alike soaking up the sunshine and atmosphere.
From Scarborough to Blackpool, and Weymouth to Bournemouth, the UK has exciting working-class seaside resorts that are at par with their European rivals.
Bournemouth’s long and generous beach is the most photographed in the UK.
Tourism is booming across the UK with 40 million foreign visitors expected this year, marking a record figure. VisitBritain has predicted that overseas trips to the UK will increase 6% to 39.7 million, with spending up by 14% to £25billion a year.
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