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Top 100 Questions Answered

Are there certain things you’ve always wondered about the UK? Like why do the British love tea so much, and why do Scottish men wear skirts? Click here for the fascinating answers to 100 of the most common and more interesting questions about the UK.
 
Useful links
Culture Lab UK is a guide to style, culture and technology in the UK from the British Council.London Pass provides free entry to over 60 attractions, free public transport, £5 worth of freetelephone calls, commission-free currency exchange, discount offers and lets you beat the queues and save after just two attractions.

London Pass provides free entry to over 60 attractions, free public transport, £5 worth of freetelephone calls, commission-free currency exchange, discount offers and lets you beat the queues and save after just two attractions.

Streetmap provides detailed address searching and street map facilities for the UK. You can search by postcode, place, grid reference and telephone code. Print off maps to save lugging an A to Z around.
 
This is London is a comprehensive guide to the UK capital covering everything from sport, weather, day’s out, fashion to dating, and lots more.
 
As well as providing a comprehensive guide to UK cities Time Out provides guides for continental and global cities. The guides are especially useful for anyone looking for a city break.
 
The UK Pub Guide is Britain’s biggest pub guide and tells which pubs are the best to visit and explains pub culture. And visit you should, because the pub has been at the heart of UK culture for centuries and it looks set to stay that way.
 
Visit Britain is your official travel guide to the UK. Click on ‘Practical Information’ for fact files on planning your trip and making the most of your stay once you’re in the UK.

What’s On has a simple to use search engine that will find films, gigs, theatre and other special events on in or near wherever you are in the UK.

 

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