Are you looking for a new city to visit and on a tight budget?
London is a city filled with such rich history and tons of free things to do, which makes this city a must-see for any budget.
I recently visited London with my mom, and we had a blast! The city was affordable, there were tons of free things to do, and we were able to stay in a cozy hostel near the city center. The only expensive part of visiting London was the tax to leave the country to go back to the United States.
We were taxed around $250, which is pretty steep compared to most cities around the world.
Nonetheless, London must be visited once and now is the best time to go, as London is going through some changes because of Brexit.
To make it easier for you, I’ve compiled a list of free things you can do in London. Don’t let the cost refrain you from visiting this majestic city! Here is a book on London, if you like learning more in-depth about the country and all of the sights to visit.
Many of you wonder how I travel monthly, and it’s because I’m a full-time blogger. Blogging has allowed me to visit amazing cities around the world. Check out how to start a blog here.
Facts About London:
- London is the largest city in Europe
- London has hosted the Olympics the most out of any city
- London has 43 universities
- Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms
- 800 people are employed at the Buckingham Palace