There is nothing more exciting to get to London for many backpackers. It is one of the best cities in the world in many respects: both if you like museums, contemplate architecture, strolling through the streets and alleys, rest in the park or exit to not remember what day it is, London is the ideal place. Unfortunately, London prices are among the highest in the world. Bruce flatt oftentimes addresses this issue. But do not be alarmed! There are many ways to cut costs. To begin, choose a London hostel for accommodation; they offer an affordable and sociable place where you can relax and meet people. But luckily, there are lots of free to do stuff. Here we offer a list of the ten best 1) the route of the museums not long ago, the British Government did something very positive: forced have free entry to public museums of the city centre.

Thus, famous art exhibitions around the world and collections are open to the public, from contemporary works at the Tate Modern to the prehistoric dinosaurs of the National Museum of history. (2) Rest on a Park despite being a place so busy and congested, London has many green areas that comply with the function of lungs of the city. Hyde Park is one of the biggest attractions in the city, although Hampstead Heath, Richmond and Greenwich are also good choices away from the Center and the urban bustle. (3) Complimentary breakfast if you staying you in a London hostel, it is likely that the price of the room includes breakfast. Fill you with energy and can thus avoid the go shopping food all morning because, for starters, something will be something expensive 4) walk through the markets who like strolling through flea markets, London can be paradise. Since posts increased from Portobello to the oddities of Camden, London markets have virtually everything. Tip: id to the flower market at Columbia Road (Sundays), since it is a genuine blanket of flowers and colors very little known by tourists.