UK Destination Guide
In the 21st Century, this island is full of contrasts, old gentle countryside and the original pub culture is also now a vibrant multi cultural society with 24 hour cities and many cultural and modern attractions. From Buckingham Palace and the old world of cities such as Oxford, Stratford upon Avon, it now features many new modern cities such as Manchester and Leeds. From fashion to clubs and some of the best shopping experiences in the world, this diverse country is one of the most visited European countries.
When To Go
The public are obsessed with the weather and is always a talking point. Although the weather is actually mild it is very unpredictable. The months to avoid are November to February which are cold and the days are short. Spring and autumn can be chilly periods and the summer is the time when the crowds arrive and all the cities as well as the famous towns can be overcrowded. Best again to visit in the late spring and late summer, as the attractions stay open.
A city with a history unparalleled in Europe, it is a large and sprawling city a diverse culture and population. With changes in licensing laws it is slowly moving to a 24 hour city. It is full of contrasts, a public transport system that doesn't seem to cope with the number of passengers, however offers exciting nightlife and shopping experience second to none. Some consider the West End theatre world the finest in the world, with some of the greatest names having been on stage here. This city has survived fire, war and depression, but always seems to function and the announcement of the Olympic Games in 2012 has given the city and its multi cultural population a well needed boost.
When To Go
London is a 12 month tourist attraction, with no significant closures of its many attraction and sights. The best chance of good weather is August and September, but this is never guaranteed in this city. London is one of the most expensive cities in the world; there are bargains to be found for accommodation and entertainment.Weather Forecast for London