Friday, September 09, 2005

Blockbuster bid to draw tourists to the Capital

The runaway success of blockbuster novel the Da Vinci Code is being used to tempt visitors to the Capital. Tourist body VisitScotland has launched a Da Vinci Code city break in a bid to cash in on the link between Dan Brown's multi- million-selling book and Rosslyn Chapel in Roslin. The weekend break will see visitors taken to the chapel, which is the setting for the climax of the novel, and promises to help them unwrap the "secrets of the Holy Grail". [More]


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