Travel Guide Haverfordwest Town Center Pembrokeshire South Wales UK Pros And Cons Review

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Pros
* Four beautiful beaches called the north beach,south beach, harbour beach and castle beach.
* The town is very beautiful to look at, because of the colourful buildings and amazing scenery.
* Very wide range of activities indoor and outdoor, so their are activities, if the weather is not good.
* A very good range of shops and indoor market with a cafe to visit.
* A very good range of bars, cafes and restaurants on offer.
* A good range of accommodation to choose from.
* Some landmarks and a information board about the town.

Cons
* The town is very hilly, not the best place for someone who has waking problems.

Things To Do In Tenby
* Four Beaches Castle Beach,North Beach,South beach And Harbour Beach
* Tenby Lifeboat Station
* Tudor Merchant’s House
* Tenby Museum and Art Gallery
* Three Golf Courses
* Fishing Charters & Tours
* Kayaking & Canoeing
* Game And Entertainment Centres
* Art Gallery
* Castle Ruins And Gardens
* Ghost Walks
* Bus,Climbing,Walking And Historical And Heritage Tours
* Leisure Centre And Gyms
Nightlife
* Bars And Nightclubs
Hotel Booking Sites
* LateRooms.com
* Expedia.co.uk
* Booking.com
* Hotels.com
* TripAdvisor
* Opodo
* ebookers.com
The Best Eating Places
Cheap Eat’s
* Tenbys Fish & Chips
* The Fuchsia Caffe
Moderate Priced
* SandBar
* The Salt Cellar
Local Cusine
* Blue Ball Restaurant

Local Transport
* Lots of car park spaces
* Train Station
* Local Buses
* Taxis
* Horse And Cart

Weather
The weather in the UK can vary from day to day. Warmer and hotter months are between April to September. Colder months with snow,sleet and rain are between October and March. You can get some humidity and pollen is highest, between June and August for hayfever suffers. You can also get rain in between, April and September.

Currency

Britain’s currency is the pound sterling (£), which is divided into 100 pence (p).

Scotland has its own pound sterling notes. These represent the same value as an English note and can be used elsewhere in Britain. The Scottish £1 note is not accepted outside Scotland.

There are lots of bureaux de change in Britain – often located inside:

• banks
• travel agents
• Post Offices
• airports
• major train stations.

It’s worth shopping around to get the best deal and remember to ask how much commission is charged.

Britain’s currency is the pound sterling (£), which is divided into 100 pence (p).

Scotland has its own pound sterling notes. These represent the same value as an English note and can be used elsewhere in Britain. The Scottish £1 note is not accepted outside Scotland.

There are lots of bureaux de change in Britain – often located inside:

• banks
• travel agents
• Post Offices
• airports
• major train stations.

It’s worth shopping around to get the best deal and remember to ask how much commission is charged.

Time Difference
During the winter months, Britain is on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), which is 5 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time and 10 hours behind Sydney. Western standard time is five hours behind.

Weight And Measurements

Britain is officially metric, in line with the rest of Europe. However, imperial measures are still in use, especially for road distances, which are measured in miles. Imperial pints and gallons are 20 per cent larger than US measures.

Imperial to Metric
1 inch = 2.5 centimetres
1 foot = 30 centimetres
1 mile = 1.6 kilometres
1 ounce = 28 grams
1 pound = 454 grams
1 pint = 0.6 litres
1 gallon = 4.6 litres

Metric to Imperial
1 millimetre = 0.04 inch
1 centimetre = 0.4 inch
1 metre = 3 feet 3 inches
1 kilometre = 0.6 mile
1 gram = 0.04 ounce
1 kilogram = 2.2 pounds

Passport And Visas Requirements To Enter The UK

Please note: Following the recent referendum vote for the UK to leave the European Union (EU), there are currently no changes in the way people travel to Britain. The following guidelines still apply:

If you’re planning an adventure to the UK, depending on your nationality and your reason for visiting, you may need to organise a visa.

If you’re an American, Canadian or Australian tourist, you’ll be able to travel visa-free throughout the UK, providing you have a valid passport and your reason for visiting meets the immigration rules

Citizens from some South American and Caribbean countries as well as Japan are also able to travel visa-free around the UK.

European Union citizens, non-EU member states of the EEA (Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland), Switzerland, and members of the Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) do not need a visa to enter the UK.

If you have any further visa questions visit the official UK government website.

You can dial 999 to reach either the police, fire and ambulance departments.

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