How to call United Kingdom

dial 011 + 44 + area code + phone number

Calling United Kingdom from the United States explained:

Area Codes:

Aberdeen 1224 Huddersfield 1484 Preston 1772
Basildon 1268 Ipswich 1473 Reading 118
Belfast 28 Kettering 1536 Ripon 1765
Birmingham 121 Leeds 113 Rotherham 1709
Blackburn 1254 Leicester 116 Salisbury 1722
Blackpool 1253 Liverpool 151 Sheffield 114
Bolton 1204 London 20 Slough 1753
Bournemouth 1202 Luton 1582 Southampton 23
Bradford 1274 Manchester 161 Southend-on-Sea 1702
Brighton 1273 Middlesbrough 1642 St. Helens 1744
Bristol 117 Newcastle 28 Stoke-on-Trent 1782
Cambridge 1223 Newport 1633 Sunderland 191
Cardiff 29 Northampton 1604 Swansea 1792
Colchester 1206 Norwich 1603 Swindon 1793
Coventry 24 Nottingham 115 Watford 1923
Derby 1332 Oakham 1572 Wincester 1962
Dundee 1382 Oxford 1865 Wolverhampton 1902
Edinburgh 131 Peterborough 1733 Worcester 1905
Glasgow 141 Plymouth 1752 Wormbridge 1981
Gloucester 1452 Portsmouth 23 York 1904

Neighbors of country:

Ireland | Iridium Satellite

Information about country:

Very often the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is named England, by the name of it's most dominant part. English is the main language and it has been spread from the British Isles around the world and has been adopted as official in 54 countries and in the United Nations. Not only English language, but many other examples of British culture are widely known outside of Britain. As a few examples, it's good to mention Sherlock Holmes stories written by A. Conan Doyle, The Beatles, Harry Potter stories by J. Rowling, Queen, detective stories by Agatha Christie, Elton John songs, Bondiana created by Ian Flemming, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and many others. Different kinds of sights, like Big Ben, London Bridge, traditional British countryside attract tourists from worldwide, while world class universities and science centers (Like Oxford and Cambridge) are popular for international students and researchers. A lot of people are surprised to discover that the United Kingdom does not have a single Constitution - it's role is played by precedents, legal customs, the Great Charter, Bill of Rights, and other constitutional acts.