Travel Guide Alton Towers Theme Park Staffordshire UK Pros And Cons Review


Travel Guide Theme Park Alton Towers Staffordshire United Kingdom Pros And Cons Review

I would also like people to see where I have traveled, and what they should do in the United Kingdom.

Pros
* A wide variety of attractions designed for all age groups with some rides for small children, family rides and lots of extreme attractions.
* Gardens
* Water park
* Spa
* Golf
* Museum
* Outdoor and indoor play area
* Photo and souvenir shops
* Fast food stalls
* A great variety to do.
* Training
* Special events
Cons
* In high season you will have to wait longer for walks.
* In the low season some rides are inactive.
* Better for older children, as they can go on more attractions.
accommodation
* Camping
* Two hotels
Booking websites
* Trivago
* Kayak
* Booking.com
* Expedia
Places to eat
* Two interior cafes
* Fast food stalls
* Ice cream stands

Weather
The climate in the United Kingdom may vary from day to day. The hottest and warmest months are between April and September. The coldest months with snow, sleet and rain are between October and March. You can get a little moisture and the pollen is higher, between June and August for hay fever to suffer. You can also rain between April and September.

Coin

The currency of Great Britain is the pound sterling (£), which is divided into 100 pence (p).

Scotland has its own pound sterling bills. These represent the same value as a note in English and can be used anywhere in Great Britain. The Scottish note of £ 1 is not accepted outside of Scotland.

There are many exchange offices in Britain, often located within:

• banks
• travel agents
• Mail offices
• airports
• Main train stations.

It is worth buying to get the best offer and remember to ask how much the commission is charged.

The currency of Great Britain is the pound sterling (£), which is divided into 100 pence (p).

Scotland has its own pound sterling bills. These represent the same value as a note in English and can be used anywhere in Great Britain. The Scottish note of £ 1 is not accepted outside of Scotland.

There are many exchange offices in Britain, often located within:

• banks
• travel agents
• Mail offices
• airports
• Main train stations.

It is worth buying to get the best offer and remember to ask how much the commission is charged.

Time difference
During the winter months, Great Britain is at the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), which is 5 hours before Eastern Standard Time and 10 hours behind Sydney. Western Standard Time is five hours late.

From the end of March to the end of October, the clocks advance one hour until the British summer time (BST).

To verify the correct time, contact the Speaking Clock service by dialing 123.

Weight and measures

Great Britain is officially metric, in line with the rest of Europe. However, imperial measurements are still in use, especially for road distances, which are measured in miles. Imperial graffiti and gallons are 20 percent larger than US measures.

Imperial to Metric
1 inch = 2.5 centimeters
1 foot = 30 centimeters
1 mile = 1.6 kilometers
1 oz = 28 grams
1 pound = 454 grams
1 pint = 0.6 liters
1 gallon = 4.6 liters

Metric to Imperial
1 millimeter = 0.04 inches
1 centimeter = 0.4 inches
1 meter = 3 feet 3 inches
1 kilometer = 0.6 miles
1 gram = 0.04 ounces
1 kilogram = 2.2 pounds

Passport and visa requirements to enter the United Kingdom

Keep in mind that after the recent referendum vote for the UK to leave the European Union (EU), there is currently no change in the way people travel to Britain. The following guidelines still apply:

If you are planning an adventure in the UK, depending on your nationality and the reason for your visit, you may need to organize a visa.

If you are a US, Canadian or Australian tourist, you can travel without a visa throughout the UK, provided you have a valid passport and the reason for your visit complies with immigration regulations (the link is external).

Citizens of some countries of South America and the Caribbean, as well as Japan can also travel without a visa throughout the United Kingdom.

Citizens of the European Union, non-EU States of the EEA (Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland), Switzerland and members of the Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) do not need a visa to enter the United Kingdom.

If you have more questions about visas, visit the official website of the UK government.
Anyone who has any questions, please feel free to comment below and I will answer them for you.

You can dial 999 to communicate with the police, fire and ambulance departments.

Anyone who has any questions, please feel free to comment below and I will answer them for you.

Thank you

Rebecca Jordan
The Journeys of Rebecca

Video credits to Rebecca’s Travels YouTube channel


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