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South Wales has been named as one of many UK’s high tourism locations for 2022, based on new information.

The research, carried out by Travelodge, noticed that 84 per cent of British holidaymakers visited locations throughout the UK, with South Wales being some of the sought places.

A spokesperson from Travelodge stated: “Topping the 2022 staycation vacation spot charts is South Wales – this gorgeous a part of Wales boasts among the most spectacular seashores alongside its Pembrokeshire shoreline and the Gower Peninsula, to the rolling hills of the Brecon Beacons and is house to its cosmopolitan capital metropolis Cardiff, making it one of many nations’ favourites.”

Almost half (42 per cent) of Britons have had a vacation to this point this yr, with the typical Brit spending £513.13 on their 2022 staycation vacation.

This equates to a collective spend of £30 billion with the typical break being 4 days.

These findings have been revealed in Travelodge’s newest Journey Index which surveyed 2,000 British adults relating to their 2022 vacation plans.

The index additionally discovered that 35 per cent of British holidaymakers have damaged custom and break up their important annual vacation into three shorter UK breaks this yr.

Additionally, 28 per cent of Brits felt there was no must go overseas this yr “as we had assured good climate related temperatures to the Caribbean, Dubai and the Greek Islands.”

Shakila Ahmed, Travelodge spokesperson stated: “Our newest journey index reveals that 2022 is about to be the yr of the Better of British holidays.

“Extra Britons are exploring hidden vacation gems which can be on their doorstep than ever earlier than and its nice information that South Wales is without doubt one of the nation’s high 2022 staycation locations.

“Document heatwaves this summer time have additionally impressed Britons to take extra spontaneous breaks to the good British countryside equivalent to South Wales.”

On the entire, the info discovered that Blackpool was the UK’s high coastal tourism vacation spot, whereas the Lake District topped the agricultural listing and Birmingham was named the primary city vacation spot.