Demand for trips made by domestic travellers increased by more than 20% in the peak July to September period over summer 2016, with several UK holiday regions and cities seeing strong growth. International and domestic demand for the counties of Kent, Surrey, Essex and Yorkshire, alongside the popular tourism destinations of the Cotswolds and the Lake District and Cumbria, all showed double digit increases in demand of over 20%. Edinburgh emerged as the second most popular destination in the UK overall after London, a 5% year-on-year growth in demand, with Glasgow reaching the number five spot. Get the full story at Travel Weekly UK