Multi-day Trips United Kingdom
4 days / 3 nights
Landmarks of London (4 days/3 nights)
One of the most famous cities in the world, in London there is so much to do, see and taste!
Things to Do + Places to Stay + Ground transportation
About United Kingdom
Accessible travel United Kingdom
Disabled travelers, and sometimes their carers, may benefit from reduced or free entry to major tourist attractions across the UK. Proof such as a registered disabled card or a registered carer card may be requested.
Be sure to get appropriate health insurance to fit your personal and travel needs, and have funds available to cover any medical emergency.No vaccinations are required to enter the UK. As with all international travel, it is recommended to be up-to-date on your vaccinations, including tetanus. Be sure to get appropriate health insurance to fit your personal and travel needs, and have funds available to cover any medical emergencies.
Ticks are becoming more common across parts of the UK, so if you are walking in long grass or in woodland, it is advised to wear long sleeves and trousers and to check yourself carefully for tick bites.
The UK is generally considered a safe place to visit. However, muggings and pickpocketing can still occur, so it is recommended to be cautious and to avoid flashing valuables. Street violence can occur late at night in city centers; it is best to avoid traveling alone, especially after dark.
Entry requirements to the UK depend on your nationality. Check the specific entry requirements here.
Summer in the UK is from June to August, and winters are from November to March, April or even May. Unfortunately, the UK is not known for offering beautiful, consistent weather conditions! The climate is fairly similar across the UK, but weather conditions can and do change rapidly. It is possible to see all 4 seasons in a single day!
In order to cope with the changing weather, we recommend that you do as the locals do and prepare for all weather conditions. This means wearing layered clothing, bringing a spare sweatshirt and always having an umbrella and rain jacket to hand. Summer temperatures can reach over 30°C in the south, so visitors in July and August should remember to bring a hat and sunscreen.
The most widely spoken language in the UK is English. Welsh is also spoken in Wales, but it would be difficult to find areas where no English is spoken at all.
The UK has a 3 pin plug socket in a triangle position, with 230V and 50Hz.