It has been revealed that a surprisingly small number of people in Brighton have visited one of our city’s proudest attractions.
A study by the GetYourGuide booking platform found that people in the UK are more likely to return to a foreign holiday destination than to visit a UK landmark or attraction.
The average person has visited eight countries outside the UK, and more have visited the Eiffel Tower (35%) than Brighton Palace Pier (26%).
But the study also found that residents of Brighton are guilty of neglecting the attraction, with 41% of the city’s residents saying they have never set foot on the famous pier.
With another dirt summer at home looking likely to most, Jo Fennel says it’s the best time to explore the exciting sights on our doorstep.
She said: “Many of us are guilty of passing these iconic parts of our culture while we are on the move, but now is the time to truly explore our own cities and truly penetrate the surface of the Kingdom’s famous landscape. -United.
“Now is the perfect time to step out of the comfort zone of our annual trips and explore some of the best places in the UK.”
Londoners have proven to be the worst culprits for not visiting their city’s attractions.
More than 60 percent said they had never been to St. Paul’s Cathedral and 63 percent had never visited the Houses of Parliament.
Less than half of people living in the UK said they had visited Buckingham Palace and 78% had never seen Stonehenge with their own eyes.
In the Scottish capital, one in five inhabitants (22%) have never visited Edinburgh Castle.
The 2,000 Britons research was conducted by Perspectus Global on behalf of GetYourGuide between April 30 and May 4, 2021.
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This notice was published: 2021-05-13 05:00:00