Councillors will debate the closure of Cardiff’s traveler information centre at next Thursday’s council conference.
The Liberal Democrat group have actually submitted a movement calling on the council to provide a “face to handle traveler information center is provided within the heart of Cardiff with immediate effect”.
The centre, which was located in the Old Library building in the Hayes, closed-in March.
'period at its height'
“The visitor period are at its height and loads of people every single day are calling on Old Library for advice on resorts, guidelines and tourist attractions.
“Tourists arriving at Cardiff Central bus and railway stations need trek completely right down to the Bay for help.
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“We are phoning the council to supply a central tourist workplace immediately”.
Eluned Parrott AM stated: “This choice is short-sighted. Visitors contribute substantially to your economic climate. Having no readily available main tourist office in the capital city dangers damaging our tourist business.
“If significant towns like Edinburgh, Swansea and Belfast have tourist workplaces when you look at the heart of the towns, why can’t we?
“This needs to be sorted completely”
Bob Rice, handling Director of Castle Welsh Crafts, opposite the castle, stated: “Having no main traveler workplace is embarrassing for Cardiff.
'Visitors tend to be incredulous'
“Visitors from about the planet arrive at our store requesting information.
“We always help them where we can but don’t have all the details they want.
“Visitors are incredulous whenever I state the main tourist company is shut.
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The movement says that “visitors to the money town have huge potential to bring income and wealth here and achieving no easily accessible central traveler information centre dangers harming our tourist business” and demands an instantaneous solution.