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Domestic Visitors

The Great Britain Tourism Survey (GBTS) is a national consumer survey measuring the volume and value of tourism trips taken by British (previously known as the United Kingdom Tourism Survey or UKTS). It is jointly sponsored by VisitEngland, VisitScotland, Visit Wales and the Northern Ireland Tourist Board.

The survey covers trips away from home lasting one night or more taken by British residents for the purpose of holidays, trips to friends and relatives, business and conferences or any other purpose. Tourism is measured in terms of volume (trips taken, nights away) and value (expenditure on trips).

The following tables summarise the key characteristics of British residents' trips to the South East.

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