Wales enjoyed a bumper year for tourism in 2013, a survey has revealed.
Half a million more visitors from Britain alone crossed the border compared to 2012, with an eight per cent rise in overnight stays.
Visitors spent £1.4 billion, with Wales' tourism sector seeing some of the strongest increases in Britain.
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