City seventh in tourism

First published in News

Oxford was the seventh most visited city in the UK, according to new figures.

Organisation VisitBritain revealed more than 16.7 million foreign people came to the UK in 2013.

A total of 456,000 people visited Oxford last year, making it the seventh most popular behind London, Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool and Glasgow. The figures also showed overseas visitors also spent £21.01bn nationally, up 12.7 per cent on 2012.

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