The number of tourists visiting Oxfordshire soared last year according to new figures.
A total of 26.7 million visitors spent an estimated £1.8 billion in the county, according to the tourist authority Experience Oxfordshire. That's an increase of nearly 3% on the previous year.
Attractions including those connected with ITV series Midsomer Murders, Morse and Lewis, which all attract overseas visitors to locations in the county, helped boost the numbers.
The number of day trips increased as did the total of people staying in the county for one night, despite that figure dropping nationally.