Aussies should go beyond London when visiting the UK
The UK has long been a popular destination among Australians, particularly those who have a keen interest in history.
Britain is absolutely steeped in tradition – which more than makes up for the lousy weather – and London is the obvious place for culture tourists to start.
There are a multitude of famous landmarks in the capital city, but it is important to remember that this is not the only part of the country that is worth exploring.
Indeed, bosses at Golden Tours have recommended heading to historic Warwick, which is a quaint, yet thriving town.
Visitors will also be relieved to find that their prepaid travel cards are less likely to take a battering in Warwickshire, as the general rule of thumb tends to be that the further north you go in the UK, the cheaper everything gets.
This means Aussies will have far more cash to spend in the stores on Smith Street – Warwick's oldest shopping area – and their spending power will be boosted further by the favourable exchange rates between the dollar and the pound.
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