Anglophile Alert: New Guidebook – 101 London Travel Tips

We wanted to let everyone know that today we’ve launched our latest guidebook called 101 London Travel Tips.

It’s the perfect sequel to our first guidebook 101 Budget Britain Travel Tips.

Many people commented that there was a lack of London information in our previous book – that’s because we were saving it all for the new book.

101 London Travel Tips features 101 tips we’ve learned over 10 years of travel in London. You can learn from our mistakes and our successes to plan the best trip to London.

Here’s a sample tip:

84. National Health Service for Tourists

Yes, the UK has free healthcare. However, foreigners traveling in the UK don’t have unlimited access to it. If you have an emergency, you don’t have to worry about paying a bill. If you require longer care, they can and will bill you. It’s a good idea to take out travel insurance if you’re worried about your health while abroad. Travel Insurance will help ensure you get all the care you would require.

Do not be afraid to go to a British hospital if you have an emergency. You will get treated with the same quality of care you would get back home.

They call their emergency rooms “Accident & Emergency” – of- ten just shortened to A&E (not the TV channel).

If you have a medical emergency, dial 999 – that’s the British ver- sion of 911.

Like our previous guidebook you can purchase and download instantly. You can read more about the book, read a sample in our new storefront.

Click to check out 101 London Travel Tips.

We’re already hard at work on our next guidebook so stay tuned mid-summer for our next one!

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