Menu
Partners

As proud as punch

We’re proud to work with a wide range of partners, bringing together fantastic tourism products in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, with the best selection of distribution channels, via key industry booking systems.

A growing network of valuable partnerships.

All our current partners who are now part of the TXGB family can be found below.

  • All
  • Destinations
  • Distributors
  • Technology businesses
    • A
      • We are one of the top ten travel technology companies in the world. We help you connect to the travel ecosystem which means new...
    • B
      • Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Tourism work with local businesses and tourism operators to promote the interests of the three towns as destinations for holidays and day trips.
      • Bronte Adventures promotes the association between the Bronte Sisters, who wrote some of English literature's best-loved classics and the village of Haworth in West Yorkshire.
    • C
      • Caterbook
      • Chester, Cheshire and Beyond is an initiative of Visit Chester & Cheshire, the official tourist information organisation for the region.
      • Colchester Business Improvement District (BID) represents over 400 businesses located in the town centre, promoting it as both a destination for visitors and somewhere to live and work.
      • Cotswolds Tourism works with the travel trade and operators of accommodation, attractions and events to promote the Cotswolds as a destination for visitors from the UK and abroad.
      • Cumbria Tourism is one of the country's largest tourism marketing bodies, with more than 2,500 members including holiday accommodation and related businesses.
    • D
      • Dales Discoveries is the ‘insider guide’ to the Yorkshire Dales, providing visitors with ideas of where to go, what to do, what to eat and drink, and places to stay.
      • Destination Plymouth is a private and public sector partnership with a goal to increase tourism in the city and surrounding area, generate spend and boost job numbers in the sector.
      • Destination Staffordshire is the county's official tourist board and promotes Staffordshire as a destination for day trips and overnight stays all year round.
      • Discover Derby is the official tourism website for the city and works closely with tourism partners to promote it as a destination for business and leisure travel.
      • Discover Ormskirk is the official tourism website for West Lancashire, with a passion for the 'real' face of Lancashire, including local dialect, days out and experiences.
      • Discover Yorkshire Coast promotes activities, businesses and destinations on the stunning coastline of Yorkshire from Staithes and Runswick Bay south to Flamborough and Bridlington.
    • E
      • Englandscoast.com’s purpose is to increase visitor and visit numbers, including people who may not have travelled to the coast before.
      • EnglishRiviera.co.uk promotes destinations on the South Devon coastline, from Torquay to Brixham and including Babbacombe, Cockington, Paignton and Goodrington.
      • Experience Oxfordshire is the county's official DMO and functions as a non-profit trading arm of its parent charity, the Experience Oxfordshire Charitable Trust.
    • F
      • Forest of Dean & Wye Valley Tourism is a non-profit organisation that represents a region with 3 million visitor nights and 6 million visitor day trips each year.
    • G
      • The Great West Way is a route from London in the east to Bristol and Bath in the west, highlighting the diversity of tourist attractions and hospitality businesses.
    • H
    • I
      • The Islands' Partnership is a non-profit organisation which exists to promote the Isles of Scilly, off the Cornish coast, as a destination for travel and tourism.
    • J
    • K
    • L
      • Let's Book Blackpool is a bookings-driven directory and listings website focused on Blackpool's tourism trade.
    • M
    • N
      • Visit Northumberland provides promotional opportunities and access to free marketing materials for businesses operating in the region’s tourism sector.
    • O
    • P
    • Q
    • R
    • S
    • T
      • Visit The Malverns features listings of local tourism businesses, with a dedicated ‘Accommodation Finder’ for hotels, self-catering, B&Bs and campsites.
    • U
    • V
      • Visit 1066 Country is a tourism promotion partnership of public and private sector organisations including Hastings Borough Council, Tourism South East, National Trust, English Heritage and several other local authorities.
      • Visit Arundel offers local businesses in tourism and hospitality the chance to appear across a variety of formats, including print and digital advertising.
      • Visit Bath is operated by Visit West on a principle of ‘always on, content first’, meaning the site’s pages are kept engaging for visitors and generate maximum search traffic.
      • Visit Birmingham is operated by the West Midlands Growth Company, with a specific focus on the city centre, Jewellery Quarter and other locations around the central business district.
      • Visit Bournemouth provides tourist information for a region that attracts more than five million visitors each year.
      • Visit Brighton is the official tourism organisation for Brighton & Hove, with more than 500 businesses in the city and surrounding region.
      • Visit Bristol is part of the Visit West DMO group, representing the visitor economy across Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
      • Visit Buckinghamshire & The Chilterns is the official DMO for the region, promoting the area as both a tourism destination and a location for business and culture.
      • Visit Cambridge is the official DMO for the city, managed by a consortium including Cambridge City Council, King's College and Cambridge BID.
      • Visit Cheltenham is the consumer-facing tourism website of official DMO Marketing Cheltenham.
      • Visit Colchester supports local businesses in the tourist economy, including hospitality, accommodation, retail and attractions, as well as event operators.
      • Visit Coventry is an online directory of accommodation, food and drink, attractions and events in and around Coventry.
      • Visit Essex is a destination management organisation promoting tourism and hospitality throughout the county of Essex.
      • Visit Hull is dedicated to promoting the north bank of the Humber as a visitor destination, with attractive full-page listings of accommodation, hospitality and visitor attractions around the city and the nearby surrounding area.
      • Kent's tourism sector employs over 80,000 people and generates £4.1 billion in annual revenues.
      • Visit Keswick is the official visitor website for Keswick, giving local businesses in the visitor economy the chance to reach a highly engaged audience with an expressed interest in what the town has to offer.
      • Visit Lake District, Cumbria is the consumer-facing visitor website of Cumbria Tourism, whose geographic remit includes some of the UK's most famous landmarks, such as Hadrian's Wall, the North Pennines, the Lake District and Morecambe Bay.
      • Visit Lancashire is the county's official tourism brand and serves a visitor audience of 67 million people each year.
      • Visit Lincoln is working to make the historic cathedral city a top ten destination for visitors in the UK.
      • Visit Liverpool is operated by Marketing Liverpool and promotes the city to individuals, as well as to the travel trade for larger group bookings.
      • Visit Looe is the official consumer-facing destination website for the south-east Cornwall seaside town, operated by Looe Town Council.
      • Visit Maidstone is part of Maidstone's Economic Strategy, which recognises the visitor economy as a major contributor to local revenues and employment.
      • Visit Manchester is the public-facing tourism website operated by Marketing Manchester and is included in all Marketing Manchester membership tiers.
      • Visit Norfolk provides tourism industry operators in the region with opportunities to advertise, list upcoming events on a consumer-facing destination website and benefit from insights including the annual Economic Impact of Tourism - Norfolk Report, which dates back to 2012.
      • Visit Norwich offers Investment Partnership status on a 12-month membership, in return for a premium listing on the consumer-facing website.
      • Visit Peak District offers two-tier membership to suit small businesses and larger operators in the Peak District visitor economy.
      • Visit Sidmouth is an offshoot of Visit Devon and is focused particularly on the seaside town, its Blue Flag beaches and its presence on the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast.
      • Visit Suffolk is run by Visit East Anglia Ltd and collaborates with the county's official DMOs to promote local tourism businesses and develop the visitor economy.
      • Create a free basic listing on Visit Surrey to put your tourism industry business in front of an audience of one million visitors each year.
      • Visit Thanet represents visitor economy businesses across the Isle of Thanet, from Broadstairs, Margate and Ramsgate, to the area's smaller villages and hidden gem destinations.
      • Visit Wiltshire was established to grow the region's visitor economy, which already attracts 20 million visitors, generating revenues worth more than £1.5 billion.
      • Visit York is a member network of more than 700 businesses in the city's visitor economy.
    • W
    • X
    • Y
    • Z
    • 0-9
    • Other
    • A
    • B
      • Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Tourism work with local businesses and tourism operators to promote the interests of the three towns as destinations for holidays and day trips.
      • Bronte Adventures promotes the association between the Bronte Sisters, who wrote some of English literature's best-loved classics and the village of Haworth in West Yorkshire.
    • C
      • Chester, Cheshire and Beyond is an initiative of Visit Chester & Cheshire, the official tourist information organisation for the region.
      • Colchester Business Improvement District (BID) represents over 400 businesses located in the town centre, promoting it as both a destination for visitors and somewhere to live and work.
      • Cotswolds Tourism works with the travel trade and operators of accommodation, attractions and events to promote the Cotswolds as a destination for visitors from the UK and abroad.
      • Cumbria Tourism is one of the country's largest tourism marketing bodies, with more than 2,500 members including holiday accommodation and related businesses.
    • D
      • Dales Discoveries is the ‘insider guide’ to the Yorkshire Dales, providing visitors with ideas of where to go, what to do, what to eat and drink, and places to stay.
      • Destination Plymouth is a private and public sector partnership with a goal to increase tourism in the city and surrounding area, generate spend and boost job numbers in the sector.
      • Destination Staffordshire is the county's official tourist board and promotes Staffordshire as a destination for day trips and overnight stays all year round.
      • Discover Derby is the official tourism website for the city and works closely with tourism partners to promote it as a destination for business and leisure travel.
      • Discover Ormskirk is the official tourism website for West Lancashire, with a passion for the 'real' face of Lancashire, including local dialect, days out and experiences.
      • Discover Yorkshire Coast promotes activities, businesses and destinations on the stunning coastline of Yorkshire from Staithes and Runswick Bay south to Flamborough and Bridlington.
    • E
      • Englandscoast.com’s purpose is to increase visitor and visit numbers, including people who may not have travelled to the coast before.
      • EnglishRiviera.co.uk promotes destinations on the South Devon coastline, from Torquay to Brixham and including Babbacombe, Cockington, Paignton and Goodrington.
      • Experience Oxfordshire is the county's official DMO and functions as a non-profit trading arm of its parent charity, the Experience Oxfordshire Charitable Trust.
    • F
      • Forest of Dean & Wye Valley Tourism is a non-profit organisation that represents a region with 3 million visitor nights and 6 million visitor day trips each year.
    • G
      • The Great West Way is a route from London in the east to Bristol and Bath in the west, highlighting the diversity of tourist attractions and hospitality businesses.
    • H
    • I
      • The Islands' Partnership is a non-profit organisation which exists to promote the Isles of Scilly, off the Cornish coast, as a destination for travel and tourism.
    • J
    • K
    • L
      • Let's Book Blackpool is a bookings-driven directory and listings website focused on Blackpool's tourism trade.
    • M
    • N
      • Visit Northumberland provides promotional opportunities and access to free marketing materials for businesses operating in the region’s tourism sector.
    • O
    • P
    • Q
    • R
    • S
    • T
      • Visit The Malverns features listings of local tourism businesses, with a dedicated ‘Accommodation Finder’ for hotels, self-catering, B&Bs and campsites.
    • U
    • V
      • Visit 1066 Country is a tourism promotion partnership of public and private sector organisations including Hastings Borough Council, Tourism South East, National Trust, English Heritage and several other local authorities.
      • Visit Arundel offers local businesses in tourism and hospitality the chance to appear across a variety of formats, including print and digital advertising.
      • Visit Bath is operated by Visit West on a principle of ‘always on, content first’, meaning the site’s pages are kept engaging for visitors and generate maximum search traffic.
      • Visit Birmingham is operated by the West Midlands Growth Company, with a specific focus on the city centre, Jewellery Quarter and other locations around the central business district.
      • Visit Bournemouth provides tourist information for a region that attracts more than five million visitors each year.
      • Visit Brighton is the official tourism organisation for Brighton & Hove, with more than 500 businesses in the city and surrounding region.
      • Visit Bristol is part of the Visit West DMO group, representing the visitor economy across Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
      • Visit Buckinghamshire & The Chilterns is the official DMO for the region, promoting the area as both a tourism destination and a location for business and culture.
      • Visit Cambridge is the official DMO for the city, managed by a consortium including Cambridge City Council, King's College and Cambridge BID.
      • Visit Cheltenham is the consumer-facing tourism website of official DMO Marketing Cheltenham.
      • Visit Colchester supports local businesses in the tourist economy, including hospitality, accommodation, retail and attractions, as well as event operators.
      • Visit Coventry is an online directory of accommodation, food and drink, attractions and events in and around Coventry.
      • Visit Essex is a destination management organisation promoting tourism and hospitality throughout the county of Essex.
      • Visit Hull is dedicated to promoting the north bank of the Humber as a visitor destination, with attractive full-page listings of accommodation, hospitality and visitor attractions around the city and the nearby surrounding area.
      • Kent's tourism sector employs over 80,000 people and generates £4.1 billion in annual revenues.
      • Visit Keswick is the official visitor website for Keswick, giving local businesses in the visitor economy the chance to reach a highly engaged audience with an expressed interest in what the town has to offer.
      • Visit Lake District, Cumbria is the consumer-facing visitor website of Cumbria Tourism, whose geographic remit includes some of the UK's most famous landmarks, such as Hadrian's Wall, the North Pennines, the Lake District and Morecambe Bay.
      • Visit Lancashire is the county's official tourism brand and serves a visitor audience of 67 million people each year.
      • Visit Lincoln is working to make the historic cathedral city a top ten destination for visitors in the UK.
      • Visit Liverpool is operated by Marketing Liverpool and promotes the city to individuals, as well as to the travel trade for larger group bookings.
      • Visit Looe is the official consumer-facing destination website for the south-east Cornwall seaside town, operated by Looe Town Council.
      • Visit Maidstone is part of Maidstone's Economic Strategy, which recognises the visitor economy as a major contributor to local revenues and employment.
      • Visit Manchester is the public-facing tourism website operated by Marketing Manchester and is included in all Marketing Manchester membership tiers.
      • Visit Norfolk provides tourism industry operators in the region with opportunities to advertise, list upcoming events on a consumer-facing destination website and benefit from insights including the annual Economic Impact of Tourism - Norfolk Report, which dates back to 2012.
      • Visit Norwich offers Investment Partnership status on a 12-month membership, in return for a premium listing on the consumer-facing website.
      • Visit Peak District offers two-tier membership to suit small businesses and larger operators in the Peak District visitor economy.
      • Visit Sidmouth is an offshoot of Visit Devon and is focused particularly on the seaside town, its Blue Flag beaches and its presence on the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast.
      • Visit Suffolk is run by Visit East Anglia Ltd and collaborates with the county's official DMOs to promote local tourism businesses and develop the visitor economy.
      • Create a free basic listing on Visit Surrey to put your tourism industry business in front of an audience of one million visitors each year.
      • Visit Thanet represents visitor economy businesses across the Isle of Thanet, from Broadstairs, Margate and Ramsgate, to the area's smaller villages and hidden gem destinations.
      • Visit Wiltshire was established to grow the region's visitor economy, which already attracts 20 million visitors, generating revenues worth more than £1.5 billion.
      • Visit York is a member network of more than 700 businesses in the city's visitor economy.
    • W
    • X
    • Y
    • Z
    • 0-9
    • Other
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D
    • E
    • F
    • G
    • H
    • I
    • J
    • K
    • L
    • M
    • N
    • O
    • P
    • Q
    • R
    • S
    • T
    • U
    • V
    • W
    • X
    • Y
    • Z
    • 0-9
    • Other
    • A
    • B
    • C
      • Caterbook
    • D
    • E
    • F
    • G
    • H
    • I
    • J
    • K
    • L
    • M
    • N
    • O
    • P
    • Q
    • R
    • S
    • T
    • U
    • V
    • W
    • X
    • Y
    • Z
    • 0-9
    • Other