Great Britain is well connected with many modes of transport available. When you’re ready to explore, the British transport network will take you from the largest cities to the smallest villages. On your trip, travel by train, bus, taxi or bicycle throughout Great Britain. While most places are accessible by train, the most cost efficient option is usually by coach bus. British airports are served by major airlines as well as low cost European carriers.
Traditional British food is made of beef, lamb, pork, chicken and fish and is generally served with potatoes and one other vegetable. The most common foods eaten in Britain are the sandwich, fish and chips, Cornish pies, trifles and roast beef. Staple foods include meat, fish, potatoes, flour, butter and eggs and almost all meals are made with some combination of those ingredients.
There are more than 5,000 special events, fayres, sporting events and traditional customs throughout Great Britain, all completely unique to the British Isles. Whether you’re heading to a concert, theatre production, folk event, football match or festival, come join one of thousands of events taking place throughout Great Britain. There’s truly something for everyone in England, Scotland and Wales.
Big Ben refers to the the 13-tonne bell rather than the clock tower itself. The name of the tower is St. Stephen’s Tower.
http://www.visitbritain.com/en/CA/ (official tourist site)