Holiday Home Rental
specialises in European holiday home rentals, working closely with our partners
jmlvillas.com, we aim to bring you the best in European self-catering accommodation
direct with owners. No commission. No booking fees
UK made up of England, Scotland ,Wales and Northern Ireland is
a very diverse nation, with each region having it's own cultural
characteristics. A mixture of vibrant cities and rolling,
green countryside, everyone is assured to find something of interest.
to reach by air from nearly any part of the globe, there are five international
airports servicing London (Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Stansted and London City)
and further international connections around the rest of the UK, including Manchester,
Newcastle, Bristol, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
from the continent can take advantage of the many ferries operating between UK
ports and the rest of Europe. There is also the Channel Tunnel, which allows
a rail link between London, Paris and Brussels. To get the best travel deals,
why not click into our
Flights Insurance & Car Hire section.
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standard electrical voltage in England/ Britain is 240 v AC, 50HZ. A three square
pronged adapter plug and/or electric converter for appliances is required
Telephone Code: +44
Telephone number: pan-EU Emergency 112 Can be used in
all EU Countries and it can be dialled from a locked mobile or a mobile with
no sim card.
Pound Sterling [United Kingdom Pound] (£)
England 2006: 50,093,100
Land Area England: 130,395 Km2
Scotland 2006: 5,078,400
Land Area Scotland: 78,782 Km2
Wales 2006: 2,952,500
Land Area Wales: 20,779 Km2
Drive on the LEFT
Driving Tips (information supplied by Holiday
Built-up areas: 30 mph single carriage ways: 60 mph dual carriage ways: 70 mph
motorways: 70 mph.
and driving: Blood alcohol limit is 80 mg.
on the left and only overtake vehicles on the right.
roundabouts, traffic coming from the right has priority.
sure you understand about double and single yellow line. parking.
is illegal to use a hand-held mobile when driving.
long as you hold a full licence in your own country and have done so for at least
a year, you can drive on British roads.
are shown by 'M' plus a number on signs. There are no toll charges to pay on British
motorways except the M4 Severn Bridge into Wales, the Humber Bridge near Hull,
the M25 Dartford Tunnel and part of the M6 (north of Birmingham).
and avoid the M25 'London Orbital ' and the M5/M6 in Birmingham during rush hour
times (0800-0930 and 1630-1800) as these can be extremely busy
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