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I look for information about Tour de Pologne, the problem is that I want to know what foreign services say about it. I want to watch their videos with their comments but because I live in Poland I get a few pages of Polish websites.

How to force Google to treat my search phrase as I would be in UK for example?

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Visiting http://google.com/ncr should theoretically get you to the location-invariant version of Google’s services.

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Any VPN or Proxy will do the job. I usually use tunnelbear https://www.tunnelbear.com/ it's free and has quite nice UI. Else you can use online based proxies.

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You can try searching using https://encrypted.google.com or you can also use country specific google domain like, https://www.google.co.uk

Generally I found searching using the former method gives better results.

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You could use the Chrome add on Hola Unblocker. This is a VPN proxy and will allow you to pretend that you are browsing from a different country that you can choose with the add on.

  • From adios-hola.org: Hola is harmful to the internet as a whole, and to its users in particular. You might know it as a free VPN or "unblocker", but in reality it operates like a poorly secured botnet - with serious consequences. – Rubén Sep 27 '15 at 13:45

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