Newsletter August 16, 2011
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United Kingdom Tourism
Where Dreams Are Cast In Many Colors
From being the center of one of the largest empires of the world, to being the hub of international tourism, education, media, economy, fashion, culture, and the fine arts, the United Kingdom has seldom failed to hold the limelight. From the flamboyance of London to the spectacular Edinburgh Festival, from the splendid architecture of Manchester to the innovative advances of Birmingham, from the teeming industry of Glasgow to the cultural legacy of Liverpool, UK has a world to offer its tourists.
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Most visited cities of UK
In 2011, the United Kingdom received over 29.2 million international visitors making it one of the most popular countries among tourists from across the world. Most of the cities in the UK showcase the country's rich history and culture, and offer excellent economic and educational opportunities.
UK Travel Tips
If you visit London, invest in a London Pass (with Travel).
Hiring a taxi? Add a 10% tip to the fare. This is considered courteous and is the norm in the country.
The weather in the United Kingdom is quite unpredictable.Carry an umbrella and pair of sunglasses.
The train network within the UK is excellent.And the most preferred mode of intra-country travel.
London is one of the most visited tourist destinations of the world. The city expects about 16.9 million international visitors this year.
The United Kingdom has 27 UNESCO World Heritage Sites including the Durham's Castle and Cathedral, Stonehenge, the City of Bath, and Giant's Causeway.
Though one of the oldest existing constitutions of the world, the Constitution of the United Kingdom is unwritten constitution.
The Windsor Castle is the oldest residential palace of the World which is still in use.
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