This summer has been good for tourism in the south
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Holidaymakers in south of England choose town over coast

Businesses in the south of England have had a good summer for tourism but habits are changing, according to new research.

Tourism South East said 57% of businesses on the coast have said there were fewer bookings this year while 32% of those in towns and villages noticed an improvement.

The research also showed more people were booking later and waiting to see what the weather will be like before committing to a break.

  • 10 Sep 2014
  • From the section England
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