Figures reveal a 'very successful' 2013 for tourism in Wales

The Great Britain Tourism Survey has revealed British residents made more than eight million visits to Wales in the first nine months of 2013 - up 7.8% compared to the same period in 2012.

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Results from tourism survey to be announced today

Towns such as Tenby rely on trade from tourism. Credit: PA

The Economy Minister, Edwina Hart, will announce the results for Wales in the Great Britain Tourism Survey later today. It's expected to show the sector is performing well.

In 2011 over 800,000 people from overseas visited Wales, spending more than £300m here.

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