The latest travel alerts and warnings for the United Kingdom from the team at World Nomads. What's happening and are you covered for it? Read on.
Anyone heading to Europe in February knows to expect cold weather and adverse conditions, but with cold snaps getting worse and longer, it's not unusual to see snow in places that don't usually see it.
Think green hills, ancient marker stones and the dramatic Giant's Causeway. These days it's a safe place to be for tourists, but there are things which can be said and cause offense to the locals.
What are the chances of there being a terror attack in London? What should you do to stay safe and what are the chances you will be involved?
You should be OK overall in Central London, but watch out for these common scams.
The cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow in Scotland can provide culturally-pleasing and entertaining stays. The capital city draws in droves each year, including attendees to the comedy festival in August. Find out how to stay safe and have a good time with these tips.
Both driving and walking the streets of major urban areas like London can be tricky in England. And remember, they drive on the left!
The Welsh are a very proud people with a long history and aren't too pleased about being ruled by the English Monarchy, but overall are friendly folk with a love of rugby union. World Nomads gives you the guide to respecting the culture and people of Wales.