Above all, England is a beautiful country that is great for people with disabilities to visit. Firstly, it has vibrant cities, secondly, gorgeous countryside, thirdly, a mesmerizing coastline. Also, its rich history contrasts with its contemporary vibe. Multicultural and charming, Wheel the World will take you on a trip to a place you won’t forget!
Wheel the World makes the most of the accessible travel facilities in England for you and your friends and family to enjoy! We offer a London tour that will show you its multicultural charm and rich history. On the other hand, you will enjoy its contemporary vibe, safe accessible transport, and gorgeous views. London really does have it all for a perfect holiday.
Firstly, be sure to get appropriate health insurance that fits your travel and personal needs, and have funds available to cover any medical emergency. Quality medical treatment is available at National Health Service (NHS) hospitals throughout the country. Also, through private medical practices, however more expensively. For medical advice that is not an emergency you can call the NHS 111 service (phone 111).
Pickpocketing and mugging can still take place in popular tourist sites. Certainly, be aware of your surroundings and most importantly avoid carrying large amounts of money in crowded places like downtown London. Always use authorized taxi services.
To clarify and most importantly, you must check what documents you’ll need to enter the UK. If you’re from an EEA country or Switzerland you can enter the UK with either a valid passport or a national identity card issued by an EEA country. However, if you’re not from an EEA country you must have a valid passport to enter the UK. It should be valid for the whole of your stay. You may also need a visa, depending on which country you’re from.
Check if you need a visa to enter the UK.
Firstly, England is known for its rainy climate. The high season is June and August, but prices go up. Between March to May and September-October, the weather might still be good. March to May sun mixes with sudden rain; September and October can feature little summery days. The low season is between December and February, where wet and cold is the norm. Snow can fall, especially up north.
In short, England’s official language is English.
In England the power plugs and sockets are of type G, to clarify, a type is of British origin. This socket only works with plug G. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.