Do you want to visit London on a budget? Visitors usually worry that London is an expensive city but there are so many things to do for free in this vibrant city. For example, many of London’s top museums are free and moreover, it is essential to walk through the most famous sights of the city.
1. The National Gallery is one of the most important museums in the world due to its rich collection of over 2.300 paintings. Its collection belongs to the public of the United Kingdom and entry to the main collection (though not some special exhibitions) is free of charge.
3. St.Paul’s Cathedral sells tickets for visitors but there are some ways to visit this Cathedral for free: attending a service and visiting the Crypt Area.
4. Admire the Changing of the Guard in front of Buckingham Palace every dat at 11:30 am during the summer (every second day during the winter).
5. Visit the British Museum. Its collections of human history and culture, with more than seven million objects , are amongst the largest in the world. The general admission is free. They only charge a few temporary exhibitions.
6. Stroll across the famous Camden Market, home to around 200 different vendors. You will see everything from boots to alternative clothing, t.shirts, handmade jewellery…
9. London Museum will inspire you a passion for London and it is one of the world’s largest urban history museums and cares for over two million objects in its collection.
10. The Bank of England has a museum that is a hidden treasure. You will have the opportunity to lift a genuine gold bar.
The food is always something to consider when we are travelling and specially in big cities like London, where you can find all kinds of restaurants for every taste and every budget. Stockpot restaurant chain serves healthy and abundant food and a really affordable price. Other cheap restaurants with a good service are Soba Noodle Bar, specializing in Oriental cuisine and The Cafe in the Cypt, a classic of the city.