Angleterre.org.uk is a general travel and information portal about England, for French-speaking visitors and tourists.
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Your travel website in French : There is a remarkable lack of UK tourism sites with pages in languages other than in English. Googling in French for tourist information on the UK is very unproductive. Angleterre.org.uk can give exposure to UK tourism sites that have taken the bother to provide information in French, helping them reach French-speaking visitors.
With Visit Britain reporting an average bedspace occupancy rate for serviced accommodation in the UK peaking recently at just over 48%, there is clearly potential for massive expansion. With the uncertainties generated by Brexit, the value of the pound has fallen, making the UK a cheaper travel destination for visitors from continental Europe. And Europe is a massive source of potential visitors that will continue to be under-tapped so long as UK tourism operators carry on as if English were the only language on planet Earth - or that everyone speaks English. Sorry folks, they don't ! And as any skilled international marketing executive knows, approaching potential customers in their own language is a far more productive strategy than doing so in Engish, specially if those customers do not speak English.
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With Eurozone economies growing faster than the UK, and Sterling losing value in cost-of-living terms compared to the euro, the UK can expect a continuing influx of holidaymakers, shoppers and language students; French-speaking travellers - from France, Belgium, Switzerland or Luxembourg - will make up a sizeable proportion of the visitors from Continental Europe.