Sunday, January 15, 2006

Watch the film then take the Da Vinci mystery tour

It is a tourist trail that has no place for Buckingham Palace or Stratford upon Avon. Instead, it encompasses the further flung and less sampled delights of Leicestershire, Midlothian and Fleet Street. The locations for the Hollywood film version of The Da Vinci Code are to be used to attract millions of visitors to Britain as part of the country's biggest film-linked tourist promotion. Visit Britain, the official tourist promotion agency, Eurostar, the cross channel train service and Thomson Holidays, one of Britain's biggest tour operators, are among dozens of companies hoping to capitalise on the success of the film. [More]


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