Tourist information, guidebooks, maps, tips for niche groups (students, LGBT, seniors, disabled, etc.), and more
Visitor information for England and the U.K.
Advice, resources, & tours for women, LGBT travelers, the disabled, seniors, pilgrims, families, and students
The interactive maps on ReidsEngland.com
Everything you always wanted to know about travel guidebooks by a professional travel writer who spent two decades writing them
Time zones in Britain and dealing with the 24-hour clock
How to contact your home consulate in London if you need citizen services (like a new passport application)
Embassies and consulates in the U.K.
Do I need to buy travel health insurance for a trip to the U.K.? What about emergency medical evacuation?
The global ID card—and, technically, the only thing absolutely required for travel abroad
What you can and cannot bring home with you from your travels
The sheet of backup information is the message in a bottle you send to yourself in case you get into trouble and lose all your important travel documents
Taxes in the U.K. and how you may be able to get some of that VAT refunded
The difference between customs, VAT taxes, and duty-free shopping
Travel on the safe side with trip insurance: when to buy it, what it does and does not cover, and where to get it
Visitors from most developed nations will receive an automatic tourist visa upon entering the U.K.
When it is high, low, and shoulder season in the U.K.?
The Queen doesn't need a passport. Since all British passports are issued "In the name of Her Majesty," the Queen can just vouch for herself—though her husband Philip, son Prince Charles, and everyone one else in the household do have passports.