Here’s what you need to remember before you head to Great Britain:
The Brits are super proud of English cuisine. While it may fall slightly on the blander side, the food here tastes really great! SO make sure you have enough of the English cuisine while you’re here!
Don’t be surprised if you hear two Brits conversing in two different accents! That’s because they have a lot of different accents here, which are sure to leave you as tourist bewildered.
Conversations are peppered with sarcasm – brace yourself for some straight-faced sarcasm!
Brits love a good drink – so you’re rest assured you’re in safe hands when it comes to experimenting with drinks here!
There’s a reason why eccentricity is the most celebrated trait here in Britain – it’s because everything here is something you must have never heard before – right from the customs to festivals to events!
If you’re a die-hard Harry Potter fan, this is the place you must, have to visit! London is the home of Harry Potter, and you’ll know why when you see the numerous Harry Potter film scenes, the 9 3/4th railway platform and a lot of other Potter references here!
Your tour to Britain isn’t complete by any means if you haven’t visited the quintessential countryside of Great Britain!
There are three nations within Great Britain – Wales, England and Scotland!
Tea is everything here – and you’re sure to lose count of the number of cafes serving delectable Tea of various types of tea here!
Soccer runs in their blood – so make sure you enjoy a fist-thumping football match while you’re here!
The Brits stand by their etiquettes and politeness – keep this in mind at all times!
Boasting, bragging, humble-bragging are big no’s while in Britain. Self-praise is something the Brits are averse to – so even if you’re used to blowing your own trumpet, keep the sound down when in Britain!
Eye contact in London is a big turn-off. Every Londoner avoids eye-contact, so forget about the friendships you were planning to forge on your way to London!
And yes, everywhere apart from London, making no eye-contact is considered rude! So yes, other than London, eye-contact everywhere!