London – Cheap Traveling Tips
One of the top destinations in the whole world with all its sights and things to do, London welcomes rivers of tourists every year, holiday apartments in London are usually booked for months in advance. Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, the Cabinet War Rooms are on most travelers’ itineraries and we all know that London offers even more than that. Visiting many sights in London can be quite expensive and sometimes it might mean spending several hours queuing. But, don’t let that turn you down. Look for serviced apartments London offers, nice boutique hotels or cozy hostels and with a little more planning, enjoy this city to the fullest. There are many things you can do and see in London totally for free. Here are some suggestions for cheap London tour!
If you are art & culture type of person, there is no reason to be sad. The best and the biggest attractions in London are totally free to enter. Of course, they accept donations and if you want to see some special exhibit, you usually have to pay for it. The British Museum, Museum of London, Tate Britain and Tate Modern, National Gallery, Imperial War Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and the Houses of Parliament are just some of the museums and galleries that are free to enter.
Wander around. There is no better way to explore the city than to do it on foot. Some places are barely visible on your map, shop windows, churchyards, garden squares, small pubs. Don’t forget comfortable shoes (preferably waterproof) and an umbrella. Then, join real London citizens, buy tickets or Oyster card at the bus stops and enjoy the double-decker bus ride. Where can you go? With bus 11 you can get to the Tower of London and the Houses of Parlament, Westminster Abbey and Trafalgar Square. With bus 12, go to the famous Oxford Street or Piccadilly Circus. Or get on the bus 19 ride and see the Hyde Park Corner.