Travelling tips in UK
Travel safety assures better implementation of travel plans. Travelling is another art and thus learning some confidential secrets about it can be beneficial to you anytime. These will save your time and you should not miss these anyways.
Be respectful and grateful and learn to say thank you. Get travel insurance and learn the basic geography of the country you are visiting. Scan your passports and travel documents and learn to use public transports like London Taxis as these are easy, cheap and will give you better travel experience. Get a map, learn the different ticket types and if you are heading to London, organise an Oyster Card in advance. Get folders for travel documents and itineraries. Keep them organised so you don’t have to mess about digging through pockets in your bag at the airport check-in.
Apart from above take care of your Travel safety, Transport safety and Hotel safety. At the airport watch for your suitcase as it appears on the carousel. Don’t hang back and wait for the crowds to disperse, you might find that someone else has already taken your bag in the meantime. If possible, choose accommodation that has unmarked ‘swipe cards’ rather than numbered keys for each room. If you lose your swipe card or if it is stolen, the thief won’t know which room to rob. Take note of emergency exits, stairwells, fire escapes and emergency plans, just in case. Always lock your hotel door when retiring for the night. If there is a chain included, use it.
Don’t make yourself an attractive target when travelling. Know how much it should cost in a taxi. Stay safe while travelling. Tourists make easy targets for thieves because they stand out in a crowd, carry money and valuables, and are unused to their surroundings. You can reduce your risk of being robbed by taking a few simple precautions.