If you’ve never been to the United Kingdom, you should go sometime. Between old and new, big and small, there is a lot to see and do. In the eyes of some people, the UK is something of a bridge between North America and Europe. It’s slightly more European than Canada, but a bit more North American than Germany. Why would we say this? Well, the British speak English for one (go figure!). This means that the cultural gap is a bit smaller. They prefer cars more than their mainland European counterparts. London has been compared to New York City on more than one occasion. In fact, from foreign policy to consumer behavior, the UK really does in many ways form a bridge between the Old World and the New. But if you’re just going their as a tourist, what can you expect? Well, there’s obviously London. That will take a lot of your time. Then there is Stonehenge (a bit of a tourist trap), a million quaint little villages, and obviously, the Scottish Highlands. Whatever you’re looking for, the UK is sure to surprise you. There’s more to this island than meets the eye. These are 25 barely believable trivia about the United Kingdom!
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