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About A1 Tourist Guide
A1 Tourist Guide was originally a free accommodation and tourist attraction directory given away at news stands in London during the early 1970s. It was a business run by the Porter family and income was derived from advertising by accommodation and tourist attraction owners.
The guide had ceased in its paper form by 1980 and in 1985 Tog Porter, CEO of Wigwam Consultancies became interested in computing. He wrote games for the Commodore 64, including the first computer game of the popular TV show Countdown.
In the late nineties he became fascinated by the World Wide Web and learned how to write web sites for the fast growing Internet. In 2000 Tog re-launched a1touristguide as a web based accommodation directory. It started as a B&B guide for the UK and now covers the whole world and all types of accommodation.
Now a1touristguide.com is one of the largest accommodation directories in the world, listing more than 150,000 places to stay.
To get your hotel, B&B, guest house, or self catering accommodation listed in our directory please Click Here
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|Note: Owners of all hotels, self catering accommodation and guest houses in Asia, Europe, Africa, North America, Central America, South America and Oceania listed on A1TouristGuide are responsible for the accuracy of details supplied relating to any accommodation facilities, bed and breakfast rates, tourist board & tourism council ratings etc. Any b&b bookings made for business travel, tourism, or holiday (vacation) accommodation are contracts between the visitor and the self catering / hotel / guest house owner.|