10 Great Reasons to Move to the UK

7. Pubs and food

The idea that the food in the UK is the worst in Europe is a thing of the past. Cities like Edinburgh and London are on the cutting edge of the culinary scene, and you’ll find some of the best restaurants in the world there. If a lower key atmosphere is what you’re after, the pub culture in the UK is second to none, with great food, sporting events, and camaraderie, as well as ales and ciders on tap!

8. Holidays

If you work a full time job, you will be privy to the 28 paid days off per year that are mandated by law in the UK. They also have nine unpaid bank holidays and continue the custom to close up shop over the Christmas to New Year holiday, which means you’ll have plenty of time to travel to all those great places that are so close by.

9. The language

If you don’t speak the local language, you’ll find yourself at a huge disadvantage in your new home. If English is your mother tongue, however, you’re already all set (once you’ve got the accents down, that is).