Have time off from work or university and not sure what to do? Not wanting to go too far it but wanting to get away from the norm. London could be a shout – and it can be done a budget too.
London is an expensive city, there is no denying that. There are simple steps though which could be implemented so you can enjoy the full city break experience without breaking the bank.
If you’re living up north the first thing you could do is save on flights by buying well in advance of trips. This means you can look forward to your trip without having to pay over the odds for a flight, last minute. You can always take the bus too which is a cheaper option although its 6 hours on a bus which isn’t ideal.
Searching for cheap accommodation in London is simple. Use websites like Trivago or use websites where other visitors have recommended. This way, you’ve got experiences of other tourists which can safe guard your experience on your trip.
If you’re in town for a specific event such as the Barclays ATP Tour Finals tennis tournament at the o2, what’s best to do is to buy ‘early bird’ tickets. This means you buy tickets when their released and you can usually get the best deals this way. Sometimes affiliate websites offer deals too, when you buy through them, which is also worth looking in to.
When visiting other sites in London such as Hyde Park, National Gallery, British Museum and Changing the Guard are all FREE. Yes, a great way to experience London on a budget is to visit the many free attractions in the city.
Following these simple tips will make your London experience cheap but no less fun or exciting. London on a budget is possible.