Continuing with our free London attractions guide, this time we have the pleasure of talking about the wonderful and absolutely free London museums and galleries. This is one of the most praise-worthy things about our capital city – that you can spend the day in The British Museum or The National Gallery without paying an entrance fee. Spend those saved pennies on a nice refreshing cup of tea in the museum cafe, or on some postcards in the gallery gift shop.
Continuing with our London guides of the many free London attractions, this time we are down by the riverside!
Visit London with our free London guides and find the best and most interesting free London attractions. We all know that London can be an expensive place to visit, especially for larger families, so let’s celebrate the fact that there are many fabulous things to do in our wonderful capital city that won’t cost you a penny!
Which other capital city charms us as well as London does with it’s ancient history and modern cool? Where else can a visitor or tourist find such intriguing and interesting opposites and contradictions that work in tandem to suit every taste and mood? London has it all, mate. We hope all of you who are staying with us in one of our short term flats will enjoy this little London guide about the old and the new, the formal and relaxed, the hip and the classic…it’s all good when you visit London.
Planning to visit London and looking for extended stay accommodations offering easy access to the City? Firstly, it is useful to know exactly what The City (also referred to as just City, or the Square Mile) is. Visitors and tourists often get confused about this; they understandably assume that it is the entire capital city of London that is being referred to, as you would talk about New York City. Not so.
If you are new to London, postcodes may seem a random, meaningless jumble of numbers and letters – not so, of course. They are meaningful and quite simply, they let you know what part of town you are in.