How to Watch UK Television When You’re Away on a Holiday

It’s no secret that people nowadays have their favorite TV channels that they like to watch. Whether it’s a news channel, sports channel or something with good movies and TV shows is irrelevant. The fact that you’re used to this channel and that it’s a part of your favorite pass time are reasons enough that you’d want to watch it even on your holiday abroad.

Back in the day, that would be somewhat difficult to achieve and it would depend on where you’re going on a holiday. Most countries would have one or two UK TV channels while others would have even less than that. Fortunately, today we have the Internet and you can always watch Sky Go when away from home, for instance.

That is quite neat, as you can watch your favorite channel on any device and at any location in the world. Although the internet has made it easier than ever to watch our favorite shows and movies no matter where we are in the world, there are still some geographical restrictions in place. Namely, if you’re trying to watch UK television when you’re abroad, you might find yourself facing a bit of a struggle.

Geo-blocking and geo-restrictions can be quite a nuisance when you’re out abroad and you’re just about to sit down and watch some quality TV content. So, with that in mind, here are a few of the best ways to watch UK television  when you’re away on a holiday.

How can you access UK television channels when you’re outside of the country?

There are a number of ways that you can access UK television channels when you’re outside of the country. As mentioned before, you can check the local TV and perhaps you’ll find your favorite UK television channel there.

Today, cable and satellite TV usually have a couple of channels from most countries in the world depending on the service, of course. If that doesn’t work, remember there are streaming services.

Nowadays, the majority of TV broadcasters have their own streaming platform or an app you can use to watch their program wherever and whenever you please. That being said, as long as you have a compatible device like a laptop or smartphone and access to solid Internet bandwidth, you can watch your favorite UK television any time you want.

What do you need in order to watch UK television when you’re away on a holiday?

In order to watch UK TV channels while you’re on a holiday, you’ll need to subscribe to the streaming service and access it via the Internet browser or a mobile app. Now, if you find yourself in a place with geo-restrictions, geo-blocking or some other censorship measures, the content on the streaming service may be restricted or entirely unavailable to you, while you’re away on your travels.

But you can easily bypass that little obstacle using a VPN (Virtual Private Network). As you may already know, a VPN mask your location, encrypts your data and allows you to hide your online activities from ISPs (Internet Service Providers) or other prying eyes.

All you have to do is set up a VPN connection, choose your location in the UK and all the content that was previously blocked or restricted will be available to you at all times. That way you can enjoy your content and enjoy your holiday at the same time without any frustrations or inconveniences.

How to make the most of watching UK TV on your holiday

There are a few things you can do to make the most of watching UK TV on your holiday. First, try to find a hotel or rental property that has a TV with UK channels if that’s even possible. This will give you access to a wide range or at least a couple of UK channels so you won’t have to go trough the hassle of subscribing to a streaming platform or setting up a VPN.

But if that’s not an option, then the later will have to suffice. Nevertheless, subscribing to a streaming service or setting up a VPN is quite seamless these days and you don’t have to be a tech-savvy genius to figure it out.  So whenever you feel like staying at home, make sure to watch your favorite UK TV shows or news so that you can make the most of it while you’re on your holiday abroad.

Are there any restrictions on what you can watch on UK television when you’re abroad?

It all depends on where you are in the world. If you travel to the US, for example, or the majority of countries in the EU, you’ll find out that most televisions have UK channels and that streaming services are not geo-restricted.

After the Brexit, things may have changed a bit but nothing that will ruin your holiday. However, if you travel to Asia or the Middle East, you’ll most likely run into more restrictions, censorship and geo-blocking that you’ll have to deal with in order to watch UK television.

How to use a VPN to watch UK TV when abroad

A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is a service that allows you to change your IP address to one from another country. This is useful if you want to watch UK TV when abroad, as it will allow you to appear as if you’re back in the UK, and therefore able to access all the same content that you would at home.

There are many different VPNs available, and the key is to find the one that will suit you the most. Some of the factors to look out for when choosing a VPN include pricing, availability, security and speed. If you have to use a VPN to access your favorite UK television content abroad, you might as well get the best service possible so you can sit back and enjoy the show.

What are the benefits of watching UK television when you’re away on a holiday?

There are a few benefits to watching UK television when you’re away on holiday. First, it can help you stay up to date with what’s going on back home. Second, it can be a great way to relax and unwind after a long day of sightseeing or exploring. Third, it can give you a taste of home while you’re away. If you’re already fond of the content broadcasted on the UK television, then there’s no reason no reason why you shouldn’t bring that content with you on your holiday.

Watching your favorite UK television program while on a holiday is easier than ever before. Thanks to the Internet, you can now bring your favorite content with you on your travels and access it on-demand.

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Olivia Wilson is the senior news writer for TV Acute. She spends too much money on collectables and is enamored with movies, comics, and television series. She loves binge-watching and can spend hours talking about movies and TV shows. She can immerse herself into a good story no matter the genre or form and only come out from it when she's had her fill. When she's not writing, she's probably cooking or exploring new places. You can follow her daily exploits on Twitter and Facebook.

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