A new website reveals over 100 popular locations.
As personal drones become increasingly popular, it’s a smart idea to know where you can and can’t fly them as you may be in danger of breaking privacy laws.
Et voila – a website has been set up to give advice on which tourist hotspots allow drones.
Ticket-selling firm AttractionTix created the online service to offer guidance about whether unmanned aircraft can be flown at more than 100 popular tourist locations in the UK and across the world.
Drones are allowed at around a third of the places listed by CanIFlyMyDrone.com, such as the Eden Project, Cardiff Castle and Blenheim Palace.