London… for Free?

London is a great city to visit for anyone who wants to step into a vibrant, diverse and buzzing capital city. There is always something new happening and so much to explore and do it would take weeks, possibly even months to cover absolutely everything that you can discover in London. One of the greatest things about London is that some of the best attractions it has to offer are absolutely free.

When it comes to the free attractions in London, you would be surprised at the diversity of those available. Whilst the majority of them are galleries and museums, each offers something different from the Serpentine Gallery which displays contemporary art including work by Damien Hurst and Jeff Koons through to the National Maritime Museum which is perfect for any fan of the sea, covering Britain’s amazing and interesting seafaring past.

Another great thing about London is that in order to appreciate the city, you don’t need to spend a penny. London has a lot to offer its visitors; simply by walking around you can experience its varied history such as the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, a stunning piece of architecture and an iconic piece of London’s history. If you have the time, it is well worth visiting just to see the outside of this fantastic building.

Additionally, London has a surprising number of green open spaces, such as the royal parks which are worth visiting but won’t cost a thing to do so. Luscious greenery and stunning gardens are probably not something usually associated with a busy capital city but this really is the case in London and if you can fit time in to visit just one, then it will be worth it.

Of course, you may be looking to stay overnight in the city which will mean having to spend some money. London can still be an option for you though; as well as the free attractions there are a good number of London budget hotels which are ideally located for exploring the city.

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