Shop Mycra Pac Raincoats United Kingdom
Shop for Mycra Pac Raincoats that ship to Great Britain. Mycra Pac Designer Wear is meticulously sewn in San Francisco, USA and now you can have your Mycra Pac Raincoat. These beautiful, sought after raincoats can be purchased from Going In Style Travel Accessories and shipped to England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, or Wales via International Priority Mail USPS. Going In Style ships your Mycra Pac Rain Coat USPS Priority Mail International to Great Britain. For more information on shipping your Mycra Pac Rain Coat to England visit our International Shipping Page.
The United Kingdom is known for its charming architecture, parks, posh denizens and let's not forget its wet, drizzly weather. Whether you are a resident of the Great Britain or just traveling to take in the sites that London has to offer, a lightweight, practical, yet fashionable, raincoat is a must have. Having a lightweight, waterproof jacket that you can throw on at a moment's notice can be a life saver when you are sightseeing or commuting to work. You can't go wrong with a Mycra Pac raincoat. These coats are lightweight and come in a variety of gorgeous colors for combating rainy day blues. Mycra Pac coats feature an oversize hood to protect you from the rain and it doubles as a elegant pleated collar. Trench style rain coats have beautiful detailing and look elegant on anyone. The raincoats over plenty of room for movement, and slightly, cinches in at the waist for a feminine fit. These raincoats are durable and classic and will last you for years to come.
One of the great features of Mycra Pac's line of rain gear is that all the coats are packable into their own tote bags that you can carry with you when the sun comes out, or to easily pack your coat in your suitcase for traveling. Mycra Pac coats combine style and practicality with their waterproof rain jackets that are sleek and stylish. These coats are wearable with any outfit including, dresses, skinny jeans, trousers, and ball gowns. Never let the rain spoil your event no matter where you are going day or night.
Great Britain is loacted in Western Europe - The UK is made up of islands including the northern one-sixth of the island of Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales, and is between the North Atlantic Ocean sand the North Sea. The United Kingdom is located 22 miles (35 km) northwest of France. Great Britain is linked to France by a tunnel that is located under the English Channel.
The climate of Great Britain is moderated with prevailing southwest winds over the North Atlantic Current. More than half of the days out of the year are overcast and it seems as though there is always a chance of rain.
When flying into the United Kingdom you will have to choose between its 271 total airports. Of course, some of these airports are either military or private airport, but that still leaves 15 international airports to choose from when flying to the UK from another country, including Belfast International, London Gatwick and Newcastle. - Read about Carry-On Luggage Restrictions at UK aiports.
Once you land in the UK you can travel by car, van or taxi, which is the most common mode of transportation. In London the taxis are black and if the "for hire" sign is lit up taxi drivers must stop for you when you hail that cab. Buses and trains are also a convenient mode of transportation. The red double decker buses are famous in England. Britain has over 2,500 train stations, therefore taking a train is advantageous. The main train stations in London are Euston, St. Pancras, Victoria and Charing Cross. Find Rail Connections in London.
The underground subway system is called the "tube". London's tube network covers the most area of any other underground subway system. London's underground railway is a great way to travel if you are sightseeing in London.
THINGS TO DO IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
- Northumberland castle
- Afternoon Tea
- Hadrians Wall Path
- Portobello Road - Notting Hill
- Stonehinge - Wiltshire
Shop London Red Map for navigating the city of London.
For information on London visit Going In Style's Rainy Destination Page.
For information on Ireland visit Going In Style's Rainy Destination Page.
For more information on the United Kingdom you can visit the CIA World FactBook.