Likely disruptions to services throughout the United Kingdom
Following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, the United Kingdom will commence a mourning period. During this time, there will likely be substantial disruptions to services across the UK. There will be large crowds as people gather to mourn. It will be difficult to find accommodation, particularly in London. You should familiarise yourself with guidance from the UK government when planning your travel and activities
All public events not associated with mourning the queen’s passing will likely be canceled. Medical facilities, police, national defense assets, and emergency services will continue to operate, though some services may be reduced.
The RMT union has suspended two days of UK rail strikes scheduled for next week, following the death of the Queen.
Confirm all travel reservations, including flight, rail, bus, and private vehicles, before checking out of hotels. Expect transport delays in London and other major urban centers during events memorializing the Queen.