Wales tourist tax is ‘bad for the environment’ says Vine caller
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Visitors to Wales could face an additional charge on top of their holiday costs in the form of a tourist tax. The Welsh Government launched a public consultation earlier this week on proposals to introduce a visitor levy to encourage “sustainable tourism”. But would this put you off holidaying in the UK? Vote in our poll.
The tourist tax would be a small additional charge paid by visitors staying overnight in accommodation in Wales.
The Welsh Government claim the tourist tax would be a very small proportion of a visitor’s overall spend in the country.
Each local authority would be able to choose …