From the idyllic beaches of Cornwall to the great glens of Scotland, the United Kingdom is perfectly placed for travelers to experience adventure.
Whilst most people will head either to London or Edinburgh, and visit famous landmarks seen on film (and yes, I do mean Harry Potter) there's so much more. Go whale watching in the Shetlands; ramble through the Jurassic Coast; and so much more.
And if you visit during winter, the Shetland Islands has some of the best views of the Aurora Borealis.
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WHAT TO EXPECT
Language: English is the official language of the UK with Welsh, Scottish Gaelic, Cornish, Irish and Scots Irish recognised regionally.
Money: £GPB is the local currency, and you can pay for almost anything with your credit or debit card. Most ATMs will accept Mastercard and Visa.
Law & Order: Generally speaking, the UK is safe however petty crime is common. Each country has their own laws so do some research before you visit them.
Tax and Gratuity: Sales tax is included in the price of everything you purchase. Hospitality staff do accept gratuities but this is a bonus for excellent customer service.