Travelers, be careful what you wish for when it comes to your travel to the United Kingdom.
It’s been suggested that the UK is a “safe haven” for illegal immigrants and refugees, and some people have questioned whether or not it’s possible to visit without a visa.
It turns out that you can!
Here’s everything you need, from the basics of the UK to the best way to travel in and around the country.1.
How to get to the U.K.
From the start, it’s essential to know the difference between London, the capital of England, and the country that surrounds it.
The United Kingdom is divided into four “cities” (London, Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh), with London the largest and most populous city.
The capital has more than 4 million residents, with many in the capital living in a large, well-developed metropolitan area.
The U.S. is a smaller country, with about 2.4 million people.
It also borders several countries, including Canada, the U, UK, Australia and New Zealand.2.
What is a visa?
A visa is a type of travel document that allows a traveler to enter the U of U.