How to Plan a Purse Friendly Trip to London

04/03/2019
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London is a fantastic place to visit, but it can also be notoriously expensive. When you add up the cost of travel, eating out and the cost of entertainment, it’s easy to spend hundreds of pounds in just one day in the UK’s capital. However, if you’re on a budget, there are ways to cut back on the costs and enjoy a purse-friendly trip to the city.

Here, you’ll discover some of the best ways to cut the cost of your London getaway to enjoy a more budget-friendly outing.

Saving on transportation

One of the costliest parts of a London getaway, is travelling around the city. If you’ve never visited the capital before, you’ll be surprised just how large it actually is. While walking around the city might be good exercise, it’s likely you’ll need to rest those legs at some point throughout the trip. However, black cabs can be extremely expensive, so how can you save money on getting around?

One of the best ways to save is to take the train. You can purchase You can purchase off peak tickets which can save you a small fortune throughout the duration of your stay.

Enjoy great free attractions

One thing London has a lot of is family-friendly attractions. However, not all of them are expensive to get in. In fact, you’ll find a huge choice of free attractions on offer, including Museums, farms and parks.

Just some of the best free attractions to visit include the British Museum, Tate Modern and Southbank Centre. Do as much research as you can before you go to see which free attractions best fit your preferences.

Buy a London Pass

If you do want to check out some of the paid attractions and landmarks, you can save a lot of money with the London Pass. If you book the pass online, you’ll also benefit from further discounts.

Not only does the pass save you money, but it also gives you priority access too. This means you won’t have to spend as long waiting in the queues. If you aren’t planning on visiting the major attractions, then you won’t really need the pass.

Save on eating out

Finally, another expense when you’re in the capital is eating out. Instead of forking out at one of the city’s many restaurants, why not consider buying something from a local supermarket and enjoy a picnic in the park? This is much cheaper and more romantic if you’re travelling with your partner.

As you can see, there are lots of ways you can save when you visit London. The above are just some of the top tips you can follow to cut back the costs.

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