Travel Guide

United Kingdom

Travel Guide for the United Kingdom

The United Kingdom is a remarkable travel destination with magnificent museums, churches, castles, and palaces. There are over 300 museums and galleries in London, and over 6,000 restaurants of all kinds. Attractions such as Windsor Castle, Tower Bridge, the British Museum, and Buckingham Palace are must-visit places for anyone who is visiting the UK.

Ground Transportation: the UK has a well-developed railway system. As an international traveler, you can order passes such as Britrail Pass, London Plus Railpass, or EuroStar tickets ahead of time in the US to save cost. Usually, you can book the railway tickets 3-months in advance. National Express company is one of the major coach bus companies in the UK. If you want to book a coach bus ticket ahead of time online, the bus company may require you to present a printed ticket when you onboard the bus.

Stays: For personalized or budget-friendly holiday homes, try Airbnb. HolidayHomeRentals is a convenient website to help you find and compare holiday home rental deals across different platforms in one place. Based on your need, you can also find different types of accommodations below:

Visa: US citizens who are planning to travel to the UK and stay for less than 6 months do not need a visa. You can find more useful information on the UK International Travel Information website posted by the US Department of State. If you need passport services while in the UK, you can contact the US Embassy for help.

Tenby, United Kingdom

Portstewart, United Kingdom

Sandbanks Poole, United Kingdom

Dog Friendly Holiday Cottages, Woolacombe

Durdle-Door, United Kingdom

Seahouses, United Kingdom

Ingoldmells, United Kingdom

Self Catering Holiday Cottages Brecon, Beacons

Broadstairs, United Kingdom

Isle Of Mull, United Kingdom

Sidmouth, United Kingdom

Yeovil, United Kingdom

Weymouth Harbour, United Kingdom

Weston, United Kingdom

Morecambe, United Kingdom

Banbury, United Kingdom

Bury, United Kingdom