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Bournemouth is one of the UK's top staycation destinations this summer

31 days ago Wed 19th Jun 2019

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Bournemouth has taken ninth place in the 2019 Travelodge Holiday Index, up one place from last year.  This is a survey of 1500 British adults regarding their plans for holidays this summer.


This summer 69% of Britons have said that they would be spending their annual holiday in the UK which is up from 58% in 2018. Collectively Britons will boost the UK economy by £40 billion by holidaying on British shore this summer.


What better way to see the delights of what the coastal areas of Bournemouth and Poole have to offer than the top deck of our open top bus service.  Busters Beach Bus running daily every 30 minutes from Sandbanks to Boscombe through Bournemouth Town Centre.  From shopping in Bournemouth to sandy flipflops on Sandbanks Beach you can spend the day hopping on and off Busters Beach bus. 


Customers holding an English National Concession card can travel free and families and friends travelling in a group of up 5 can travel all day hopping on and off for £15.



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