Questions and information about traveling and touring in the United Kingdom.
Questions and information about traveling and touring in the United Kingdom.
Here are the 10 most visited attractions in (possibly) order of attraction. Big Ben, Tower Bridge, London Eye, Piccadilly, Houses of Parliament, Tower of London, British Museum, Trafalgar Square, The Gherkin, St Pauls Cathedral
London Duck Tours offer tours of central London in their amphibious vehicles.
Getting a visa which would allow you to work legally.
Around 2 Hours and 15 mins
A climbing wall was previously on the site where Nemesis Sub-Terra currently stands. A big hole was also dug on the site to make way for Sub-Terra.
This is really down to opinion, but I think it's because of it's unique history - with the Towers, but as I say - everyone will have differing views on the matter.
They're all expensive. hamods is a toy store with like 5 or 6 floors filled with toys to by they even have a cafe there
The fastest trains are non-stop to York but others stop at Peterborough, Newark and Doncaster.
As of January 2013, the FCO (Foreign & Commonwealth Office) lists Argentina as a low risk to British nationals, despite Argentina's recent hostile threats to the UK. You should travel with care. The FCO website (with information on Argentina) is below in the related links*. * You may need to log in or register to see the link.
No!! they don't close in the Rain..but they do slow down, and they don't go as fast!! but they do not close down..I know because I've been there b4 while it's been raining!! :)
About 200 miles
Theoretically none because they are both in the UK. However, because of increased security in recent years, many operators are insisting on photo ID. Check with the ferry company to be absolutely certain.
about 500 miles
fintheath jangaheath and liniheath
Nothing, but your boat needs to have a waterways licence.
This is a normal British Post Code and would typically refer to a group of about 10 residential addresses or possibly 1 large building. The post Code quoted will be located in northwest London.
That varies between local issuing authorities.
6 hours 18 minutes - see the link below.
Sit, walk and eat (or even standing for the really daring!).
Google Earth calculates the distance as 85 miles - and estimates a journey time of 1 hour 29 minutes.
As Manchester and Maryland are separated by the Atlantic Ocean, the journey cannot be made by car.
Belfast is part of the UK. Technically you do not need any form of identification
Boston is in Lincolnshire, on the east coast of England. This is the original Boston. There are many other places named after the original Boston in other parts of the world, too many to list here.
Your occupation is irrelevant. Apply to the British Embassy in your own country and they will advise you of immigration criteria.
At all ports and airports
Journey times became shorter.
The driving distance from Durham, UK to Leicester, UK is 172.05mi / 276.88km
About 6 hours
The north of Spain
About 150 miles
The Peak District is mainly in Derbyshire.
When prince William and Kate stood on the balcony that's all I can think of
There's quite a few... Derby, Normanby and Whitby are just three examples.
Because it exhibits life-like images of famous people. However, it is a very expensive attraction to visit.
About 2 hours
About 480 miles and would take around 10 hours to drive there.
Google Earth calculates the distance as 131 miles - estimating a driving time of 2 hours 17 minutes. Travelling by train would take over three hours.
From the outside it's free - if you can get anywhere near it through the throngs of tourists. A guided tour of the interior costs about £20.
No - terrorists are planning to attack it that week!
no , it doesn't
You have to be an American citizen Best to email FBI HQ to see if you are eligible for the position you are seeking
Check their website and find out.
no, it gives you really good thrill. it is only bad if you have food before it!
Yes there is a beach with sand in Blackpool.
Richmond Park, London, covers 955 hectares. Heaton Park, Manchester, covers about 253 hectares (accounts vary).
It depends on the service you use. A quick check on 'thetrainline' website listed the stops for the 08:00 departure this morning (15th Sept 2012) as... Doncaster, Newark North Gate, Grantham then London Kings Cross. Some services only stop at Stevenage before arriving at Kings Cross. As I said - it depends on the service as to which stops it makes.
Hadley Wood railway station (N.B. managed by First Capital Connect as part of National Rail, not London Overground) is indeed in Transport for London's Fare Zone 6.
Figure about . Hours and 18 min.
About £150 but check with a Cambridge cab company.
The driving distance from Scotland to Leicester, UK is approximately 307 miles / 493 km
The distance mentioned between the above mentioned places is 293.78mi . This is an approximate driving distance. The actual driving distance may differ according to the path chosen.
Spaghetti Junction just north of Birmingham.
Approximately 62 miles / 99.5km
VisitEngland, as the English Tourist Board is now known, is one of the trading titles of the British Tourist Authority (BTA). According to its Annual Report and Accounts for the Year Ended 31 March 2011, the BTA is a Non-Departmental Public Body funded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport of the Government of the United Kingdom. The accounts also suggest that the BTA receives additional funding from the private sector as well as… Read More
Wales is actually visible from Ireland, and vice versa- the Mountains of Mourne can be seen on the horizon from the Cardiganshire headland, and Mount Snowdon is visible from the Eastern Irish coast. The Irish Sea isn't actually wide enough for the two nations to be invisible to each other.
1 at your house
Tube (underground train).
Manchester and Liverpool are the biggest, but there are others.
The Tyne is the river that flows through the northeastern English town of Newcastle. Specifically, the proper name of the town is Newcastle upon Tyne. The complete name honors the strategic location of the town on the river's north bank. The town started out as a Roman settlement under the name Pons Aelius ("Aelian Bridge"). With the Norman invasion of England, the name changes to Newcastle in honor of the new castle built in 1080… Read More
Baker Island is now uninhabited. There is just a cemetery and rubble in the middle of the Island
Genesis 1v1 - "In the beginning, God created..." +++ It's primarily of Cretaceous marine sedimentary rocks (Chalk etc), as are the uplands on the mainland in the region. The Solent is a pair of river valleys active as such during the low sea-level of the last glaciation of the present ice Age, and drowned so cutting the island from the mainland when sea-level rose to fill the English Channel (itself a huge ria) as the… Read More
The link in related links could help you.
procisely 2 milimetres
Take the tube to London Euston and get a train from there.
Liverpool is far from Snowdonia 76 miles and you are gay like aliens
'Bath' is a nearby city.
Yes, British nationals don't need a visa to visit Malaysia. You will normally be given permission to stay for 3 months on arrival.
The Wembley Park Tube Station, which is in Zone 4, is on the Jubilee and the Metropolitan Lines. It is also served by bus routes 83, 182, 206, 223, and 297. You can find more information about this particular station at the Transport for London page for Wembley Park Station, and you can plan your journey to Wembley Park - by Tube, or by other method of public transit - using the Transport for London… Read More
One gets to the North Terminal Parking at Gatwick Airport from London by following the M23 and exiting at Junction Nine, following the signs to the airport. Full directions can be found on the Gatwick Airport website.
I lived in the UK for many years and frequently travelled to or through Holland. I never paid any BTA (Basic Travel Allowance) for the privilige. This is because there is no such thing in the UK and it is a scam. Do not share any personal information or financial details with anyone that asks for a BTA. You can refer to the web page in related links for more information.
Too late. You've missed it.
The best route is from Norwich to Liverpool st station
Too late! It's January 9 today.
The cost for a train ticket from Hyde Park to Sittingbourne in England, is $29. The duration of the trip is 1 hour and 37 minutes.
IF - and ONLY if - we become integrated into the European Union ! Currently, the unit of distance in the UK is the mile - and will remain so, until an Act of Parliament (probably coupled with a national vote) changes that.
It would take about 12 hours to go from wales to Canada
The County of Kent in South East England is often called it's garden.
About 90 cents ie .9 dollars.
Snowdonia became a National Park in 1951. The 3rd national park in the UK and the 1st in Wales.
The part you sit on rotates +/-15°, whilst the room outside of you rotates quite a lot.
It depends which route you take... DRIVING M1 and A50 = 87.4 Miles M6 = 108 Miles
Distance: 100.74 miles - Time: 1:43 h
About 275 km (straight-line distance) / 330 km (shortest road distance)
396 miles by road. See the link below.
The distance is approximately 123 road miles.
.The shortest driving distance is 90.5 miles, using the A50.
Depends how you define interesting really, my top 9 would be: 1. Ambleside and the surrounding lakeside in the Lake District 2. The Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) in Manchester 3. The Royal Armouries in Leeds 4. Porthcurno Telegraph Museum in Cornwall 5. The Isle of Wight 6. The Monument to the Great Fire of London in the City of London 7. York 8. Edinburgh and the castle 9. Aber Falls, near Bangor (North… Read More
This will depend on what cities you are in and what city you are traveling to. An example: Paris (PAR) to Cardiff (CWL) Shortest Flight Duration 1 hour 35 mins
The car park is patrolled by security guards. There are no dedicated M/C baysso motrorcycles have to use the car spaces. Best of all - its free!
According to AA route planner is is approximately 560 miles from Cornwall to the Scottish border. It would take about 9 hours 30 minutes to drive, plus extra time for breaks and refueling on route.
5 minutes by car, or a fifteen minute walk. See the link below.
180 miles or 290km by road.
just means your papers have been processed and results are on the way to you. whether you got it or not is another question. you will know when you receive your packet. Hopefully, you got it.
The distance between the starting point and the destination is 43.6mi, (69.9km), and will take approximately 53 minutes of driving time.
The 06.47 from Basingstoke arrives London, Paddington 07.44 change at Reading
National Express operates regular services from all Heathrow terminals to Canterbury. I recommend checking out their website for times and to book tickets: as they are cheaper if booked in advance. The total journey time is around 3 hours 20 minutes, because you have to change at London Victoria.
If travelling after 9:30AM during the week or at the weekend an adult single off-peak ticket costs £3.50 which can be purchased at the station on the day. If travelling before 9:30AM an adult single anytime ticket costs £4.10, which can be also purchased from the station on the day