Throughout the past few years, one of the largest deterrents for travelers in making arrangements to England was the cost of travel. Visitors traveling from the U.S., China and mostly every other country in the European Union needed to consider exchange rate between their currency and the pound. Now, after the UK has voted on leaving the EU, consequently causing the pound to drop, online searches for travel to the UK has skyrocketed. In addition, according to the site, bighospitality.co.uk, "The UK's hospitality industry is also set to benefit from an increase in the number of Brits remaining in the UK for holidays due to personal safety fears from holidaying abroad and the weakened pound making overseas trips more expensive". To England or not to England?!