Great Britain Travel Guide
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Britain being a land of inestimable mixture, rich embroidery of interwoven legacy, culture and setting offering matchless opportunities for meetings and inspiring programs can be well classified as one of the foremost walker in the world in every respective. It is a large island encircled by around thousand small islands and islets. England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland combined forms Great Britain.
London in England has an economy that is larger than that of several smaller European nations as London is one of the most exciting city in the world, making London the capital market of Europe. Most of the biggest companies in the world have their European headquarters located in London making it a leading global trading centre.
Scotland's capital is Edinburgh, it has everything starting from ancestral beauty including Edinburgh Castle and historic palaces to modern cutting edge technology parks. Its cultural and traditional roots are very deep and are really inspiring when we dive into it.
Another great tourism centre of Great Britain is Wales with Cardiff being one of the loveliest places in Great Britain. There are many splendid castles located near Cardiff and are certainly spectacular sights for visitors to Wales. Surrounded with more than 200 golf courses Wales portrays an excellent landscape. In 2010, Wales is expected to host golf's greatest team event, the Ryder Cup and London will host the London Olympic Summer Games in 2012.
London has an economy that is larger than that of several European nations, London is one of the most exciting city in the world, making London the capital market of Europe. Most of the biggest companies in the world have their European headquarters located in London making it a leading global trading centre.
Glasgow and Edinburgh, the third largest city in Scotland is Aberdeen which is situated in the county of Aberdeenshire. Popularly known as the 'Oil Capital of Europe' for its supply of crude oil from the North Sea, Aberdeen deserves the status 'Offshore Capital of Europe' and thus becomes the main seaport in the north-east of Scotland. The name Aberdeen is derived from Scottish Gaelic: 'Obar Dheathain'.
Bristol. Bristol is the major city after London. Being an important growing city, Bristol houses the successful British Aerospace industry, Rolls-Royce and its ship-building industry. Another central figure of Bristol city is The Maritime Heritage Centre that adds more reputation to the city. It is a excellent place to explore the west part of England and offers reasonably priced accommodation and transportation when compared to any other city in England.
Accommodations in Great BritainGreat Britain offers a wide variety of accommodations from 5-star luxury to Private managed Bed and Breakfast properties (also known as B&B;). You can also rent a private cottage in the U.K. which is rented out as a holiday home offering self-catering holiday accommodation throughout Great Britain.
UK Visa requirementsCitizens of the E.U. do not require a visa, and have a right to permanent residency and employment status. Nationals of the Bahamas, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, South Korea, Singapore etc. do not require a visa for entering Great Britain for a duration between 3 to 6 months.