Americans Are Picking Up the Travel Slack From Europeans in the Face of Brexit

Visit Britain said the US is its biggest focus when it comes to tourism marketing

Since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in June 2016, the country’s relationship with the EU has been fraught—to put it mildly. British and European lawmakers have also been stuck in back-and-forth deliberations over how the two nations will move forward following the U.K.’s official European exit, which as of now is set for Jan. 31. (That date, of course, has already been pushed back multiple times, but with a newly elected strong Conservative majority in Parliament, it’s expected to hold.)