[icon=best_time]All year round, with spring (late March - early June) and autumn (September - November) as the most popular
  • [icon=historical_site]Buckingham & Kensington Palace, Windsor Castle, Westminster Abbey, & other historical royal monuments
  • [icon=culinary]A diverse, international dining scene
  • [icon=historical_site]Centuries-old castles
  • [icon=historical_site]Architectural marvel of Stonehenge
  • [icon=wine]Elegant high tea
  1. Edinburgh
  2. London
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  4. What is there to do in Marylebone and Camden Town?
  5. What are the best hotels in London?
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  2. Tipping is expected in the range of 10-15% in most restaurants, although some do add a service fee to the bill, in which case you are not expected to pay an additional tip.
  3. Be warned if you're a night owl…the Tube stops running at midnight.
  4. London's mild, wet climate means layers and an umbrella are necessary most of the year.
  5. You'll need a Type G power adaptor/voltage converter to use outlets in the British Isles.
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