Preparing for a UK Travel There has been a considerable loss of the British pound when UK made a historic decision to withdraw from the European Union, such that it also caused a reverse effect on the dollar value, thereby luring many US travelers, who are contemplating on spending their summer break in UK. Even if the sudden strength of the dollar can mean a cheaper stay in the UK, still more savings can be done if you’re willing to do your homework and make your own travel itinerary. Traveling will always involve money and so, preparing for the travel should begin with saving enough of spending money which will last you through your travel plans and accommodations. However, if you have the sufficient funds to travel, it would be good planning at your end if you pay for your room accommodation in advance. Consider the survey on London as the second most-visited city in the world, after Hong Kong, and weigh down the possibility that going there on a summer break might be a crowded experience, so do more research as to what season would be the best to travel there with the least influx of tourists.
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Normally, when you travel to UK, you might be tempted to take a further trip to Europe as the proximity is just close, so plan carefully and ahead on these travel possibilities and prepare for sufficient funds for you to realize your dream trip. In addition to that, traveling from UK to Europe may introduce some drastic changes in the visa, customs, immigration requirements, ever since the UK withdrawal. UK offers no visa requirement to citizens of English-speaking countries and they can stay there for six months. But it’s always best to check on the latest regulations, especially now that countries are moving into stricter requirements because of security issues.
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Exchange your dollar to British pounds way ahead, since there is more value for your money now that UK is no longer using the euro rate. It would be a good move to call your bank, if you plan to use your debit/credit cards before you travel. When you have arrived in London, experience their transport system, such as London’s black cabs, decker buses, as you go to Central London and purchase ahead of time an Oyster card, which is a travel ticket to the city’s public transport at a discount price. But if these transports can be a drain in your pocket, try and enjoy walking in London. Try taking the train if you plan to see the countryside of Bath and Glasgow and the journey will be worth seeing. It will be far cheaper for you to buy or bring a small cell phone and secure a local number than use your own cell phone which will cost you more for the roaming charges and fees. Best alternative is to have a smartphone and inquire if your hotel has Wi-fi connection, so you can save a lot of your calls and communications.