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While company operated tours remain the first choice for many, the number of more adventurous independent travellers is increasing. The UK, due to its historic links and proximity to mainland Europe, has long been the destination of choice for backpackers from Australasia. However, an increasing number of older travellers and families are also electing to travel independently; especially as getting around mainland Britain is relatively easy. Of a similar size to that of Japan and New Zealand, Britain has an extensive road and rail network which facilitates ease of travel. This, as with other activities, can be expensive, but prearrangement of transport prior to entering the UK helps to minimise costs.
1. Along with its nearness to Europe, its also make the UK attractive to Australasian visitors.
2. Setting up transport arrangements in advance keeps manageable.
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3. Some visitors to the UK are opting to travel without the support of a tour company becauseCorrectIncorrect