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Helpful Tips for All Couples Traveling to the UK for Honeymoon

Just got married? You must be looking for your ideal honeymoon destination. Romantic, filled with the awe-inspiring beauty of nature, and historically inspiring at the same time, London could be an excellent choice for you. 

Traveling to the UK for your honeymoon is one way of making sure that you won’t have a single dull moment on your trip. The country is filled with things you can explore, magnificent scenic views you can enjoy, and much more. 

However, don’t stop reading just yet because we’re about to give you some amazingly helpful tips on how you can make your honeymoon trip even more memorable.

1.    What kind of clothes to pack?

It would be great if you stay in London because that’s the city you don’t want to miss. So, about the weather in London and what kind of clothes should you be taking with you, don’t worry a lot. One can always look smart in London because a simple overcoat or jacket does the work.

In other words, the weather there is quite comfortable and pleasant through most of the year. Specifically, if you’re visiting during spring or autumn, the temperature would range from 11 to 15 degrees Celsius. 

However, it can be a bit hot in summer, from 18 to 30 degrees Celsius. So, visiting in May, June, or July would require you to leave all your warm clothes back home. 

During the winters, the climate might be harsh for you if you’re coming from a country like India or Mexico, but not if you’re from a place like Canada. The temperature falls typically from 2 to 6 degrees Celsius; therefore, make sure you pack accordingly. 

2.    What’s the Ideal Time to Visit London?

The peak season for tourism in the UK is through the months of June till September. However, due to the increased traveling rate, people often choose from January to March for a great experience without having to pay much. 

These starting months of the year could be great for you if you wish to explore new places amidst less crowd. 

3.    Keep a Budget in Mind

While planning your honeymoon, the most important thing to consider is your budget. Make a list of how much you are willing to spend on transport, meals, accommodation, sightseeing, and other expenses. 

Keep track of the changing flight rates. For additional information, you can also search online for how much hotels in the UK usually charge. Moreover, through websites like Trivago, you can compare and contrast the options available. Choose the best while making sure it stays in your budget.

4.    How to easily get around

Local transport is great in the UK, especially in a big city like London. Public transportation is not only cheaper, but it would also help you in getting around faster. You can take the Tube for a faster route, or choose the double-decker bus because fun and entertainment are the main objectives of your trip.

Also, if you have the budget, cars available on rent in any city that you’re planning to stay in. if not, a taxi can do the job. However, while in London, people often choose walking over any other public transport. 

5.    Check the forecast beforehand

No one wants to get their plans ruined just because the clouds decided to pour down on the city. So, ensure that you make plans according to the weather forecast. Or you can always save the day by keeping an umbrella with you. 

6.    Know the places you want to visit

For a memorable traveling experience, always lay out a blueprint of your plans. Keep a planner with you so you can tick off the places you’ve visited and know those you want to see. Moreover, a planner could be of great help as you can keep a check on your budget, expenses, and other financial statements.

Other than this, don’t forget your traveling essentials, such as a good power bank, your favorite book, headphones, etc. 

Plus, if you’re too shy to ask for directions from strangers, track it via Google maps. Have a fun-filled trip!

Author Bio: Jessica Watson has been writing for travel blogs and magazines from the last four years. Currently, she has associated herself with a UK based taxi company.

Victoria Brewood

Although very much British, Victoria always felt like she was meant to be living the 'American Dream'. She loves the US and has travelled to over 14 states.

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