The leave of the UK from the European Union would mean the shattering of a million connections in agreements, laws and contracts between multiple countries and the United Kingdom.
This also means UK travellers would need a Visa to travel inside the European Union as with all countries outside the bloc.
It might also mean it’s more expensive and slower.
Trains would now need multiple security measures against Britons when travelling inside the European Union. Another problem is the Pound Sterling – whose power is undeniable inside the EU – would drop to a great new low.
The UK’s leave of the EU is a massive historic change in the face of the Western world.
But for those travelling in the United Kingdom, things would be a lot cheaper and easier because EU regulations and added safeguards will no longer apply to the country.
This would mean cheaper travels for US travellers. If you plan to buy properties in the United Kingdom, chances are you can get lower mortgage.
Experts estimate that about a 30% increase in the number of US tourists could visit the UK upon drop of prices in airfare and accommodations. With the strength of the dollar, the pound sterling – and the United Kingdom – will have lots to recover from.