If you’re planning a London tourism, maybe you already know and what you expect to see during your trip to the famous capital do. Still, if you are a first time visitor or if you are unsure about how to spend your time in London, the following ideas will help inspire and save you money.
Much more memorable sights and places to visit London are free or only cost a few pounds, but some do not see sights like the Tower of London, you will have to stretch your budget a little further. Central London is surprisingly compact – Buckingham Palace (and turnover Guard), the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye every effort to visit during the morning. Of course, if you want to tour Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace given during the summer or a trip on the London Eye Opening, you need more time and money to allocate.
Most of the major London museums are free to visit, but because of the large number of exhibitions, it is impossible to see everything in one visit. You could spend a few attempts at the Egyptian hieroglyphic inscription to decipher the Stone Rosseta in the British Museum, Victoria beyond the original Victorian shop fronts walk in the Museum of London, see the dinosaur exhibit, complete with life-size T-Rex roar in the Natural History Museum or visit the world’s finest decorative arts museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum. All the Museum of London is free to enter and only a few of the many free museums in London.
Did you know? You can have more than 2,300 works free to oversee the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square and the Gallery, National Portrait close, you can get more than 160,000 portraits from the 16th century to explore so far. Fantastic collection of international modern and contemporary art on display in the Tate Modern, Bankside, London, while the Tate Britain, Millbank, London is the home of British art from 1500 until today. There are many, many more galleries to visit in London and many will not be open.
• If you are tired of the streets of London and you want a break or want a quiet place for a picnic lunch, why not visit one of London’s Royal Parks? – All free.
Regent’s Park – is both open parks and gardens, a boating lake, which is large enough and in the open air theater.
Kensington Gardens has an impressive tree-lined streets and the setting for Kensington Palace (Diana, Princess of Wales is home to the former) – the children will enjoy the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground.
St James’s Park is situated in the heart of London tourist attraction. Often used for ceremonial events and the country, Park is a fantastic backdrop for the splendor and beauty. Three around the royal palace of St. James’s Park. The oldest palace of Westminster, now known as the Houses of Parliament. The Tudor St James’s Palace still has the title of the Court of St. James, although the Monarch has lived in the third palace, Buckingham Palace since 1837.
Hyde Park is the home of Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain. This in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales was opened by Her Majesty the Queen on 6 July 2004. If you visit Hyde Park on Sunday will see the speakers give their views on the northeast corner of Hyde Park Speakers Corner, birthplace of the freedom of expression.
• London market is vibrant, varied and well worth a visit. Among the most popular are:
- Skirts Lane Market on clothes and leather fashion Open: Monday to Friday 10:00 to 15:00 and 9:00 on Sunday-3: 00
Portobello Road Market – selling everything from antiques to silver, used clothes and fruit and vegetables. Open: Monday through Wednesday 8:00 to 18:00, Thursday 9:00 to 1:00 p.m., Friday – Saturday 8:00-7: 00
Borough Market is a favorite of London market and sell imported organic products such as wine, cheese, fish and meat. Open: Thurs, number 12 to 6 pm, Saturday 9:00 to 4:00
Covent Garden Market – two markets are selling antiques, gifts of clothing and jewelry. Open: Monday to Sunday 10:00 to 06:00
Finally, have a great time in old London town!