Five reasons why YOU should move to the UK!
There are endless reasons why you and your mates should jet off to the UK on a working holiday! Here are our top 5!
1. Ease of Travel.
The UK is the gateway to the rest of Europe. With an abundance of budget travel options (EasyJet, Ryan Air, Megabus, and more); a vast rail network on which you can explore England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland; and the Eurostar – you’ve got no shortage of routes out for a weekend away. And with flights as cheap as £5 (no, we’re not kidding), you’ve got nothing holding you back!
2. The History.
London was founded in 43AD, and they’ve managed to squeeze quite a lot of interesting history since then. Architecture from the Roman, Tudor, Stuart, Victorian periods and more is still standing around the city. Even if you never leave London, you won’t get bored… we promise!
3. The Pubs.
With more than 7000 pubs in London alone, a good pint is never far away. UK pubs offer a unique, historic, and cozy atmosphere. Where you’re after a drink, or a meal, or just a place to kick back and relax – the pubs in England have got you covered.
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Better yet – why not work at a pub (and live on site)? Our UK Pub Job program takes all the worry and guessing out of the equation, allowing you to touch down in the UK with a job, accommodation, a UK bank account, and more, already done and dusted. Sounds too good to be true? It’s not!
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4. The Scenery.
Taking the UK’s many world class cities out of the equation, there is still much to offer when you venture out into the countryside. From the picturesque villages of the Cotswolds, to the famed Lake District, to the amazing southern coastlines – your camera is sure to get a work out during your time living in the UK.
5. You’ll never get bored.
It’s hard to get bored in a city that never sleeps. Aside from all the usual attractions like museums and galleries, London also has loads of pop-up restaurants, weekend festivals, and celebrations for everything from cocktails to afternoon tea. No matter what you’re into, London (and the UK at large) has something for you.