The UK known for its pubs, parks, universities, Shakespeare and its lively cities of London, Manchester, Liverpool, Cardiff and Edinburgh. There is almost no shortage of things to do on this rather small island, (A train journey from London to Scotland is only 5 hours). But what it lacks in size it makes up for in the arts, music and shear amount of culture available for visitors.


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Where can I get a sim card?

Need a sim card on landing or about to fly off? Rather than the hassle of finding/getting a physical sim card, an easier method these days is to get an e-sim. Simply select the country or region you are in and get data and calls on your phone. More info can be found here.

Prices are reasonable, usually only $25 for 20GB of data. We now always use this method when travelling as it just saves so much time and bother!




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