Everyone who has ever been to London knows that this is the most beautiful city in the world and very expensive. You have to either pay for expensive housing in the city center, or spend money (and time!), Getting to the center from the outskirts. But there is a way out! Here you can still save money, for free viewing the sights, the main thing — to know the right places. After reading our article, you will find out where to go and what to look absolutely for free in expensive city of England.
1. The Scoop — in a step from the Tower Bridge (Tower Bridge) is the most popular sightseeing place of London for visiting by tourists it is such an unusual theater in the open. The exact coordinates are 2A, More London Riverside, Tooley St, London SE1 2DB. When in the sky neither clouds come here to enjoy free performances, photo exhibitions, see films, performances. Here is our advice — if lucky, and the weather is sunny, hurry to the Scoop to find a place, so you do not have to look standing up. By the way, I must say that the audience is often very bright and notable personality, no less interesting than the show itself, so you have a wonderful pastime.
2. Wallace Collection museum. Masterpieces of the 19th — 19th centuries are exhibited for more than 100 years. If you want to touch the beautiful and see the works of Rubens, Rembrandt, Antoine Watteau, Hardy, Titian, Dyck, Bush, Hooch, porcelain collection, furniture, ceramics, sculptures, European weapons and armor, this is what you need! It was the passionate passion of Richard Seymour-Conway, the 4th Marquess of Hertford, and then his son Richard Wallace, the masterpieces of French art that caused the appearance in England of such an extraordinary museum.
3. Those who are not indifferent to cinematography are always attracted to the cinemas Empire and Odeon, they are on Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7NA. Of course, viewing the tapes in them is paid, but on prime-time days you can see quite a lot of celebrities here for free, although in this case you need to understand that it’s possible to stand in line for several hours. But who does not take risks 🙂
4. London is also an open-air museum, because when it comes to green spaces, everyone has an association — London parks with their figured alleys, classical lawns, cozy corners for romantic encounters, lakes from old fairy tales and green lawns. This is such a megapopular park Hampstead Heath (Hampstead Heath). Get to it easily — go out at the metro station Hampstead or Golders Green. There are always a lot of strolling around here, so it’s no surprise that on a beautiful summer day the park will have nowhere to sit even on the lawn — it’s a favorite place for all who appreciate the beautiful nature and adores London — Hampstead Heath offers an incredible panorama of the city.Crowds of people enjoying London’s Hyde Park on a sunny summers day, UK
5. Everyone knows that Ben has become the visiting card of London and it is the first place you should visit if you don’t know where to go in London. Do you want the same pictures? The address is Westminster, London SW1A 0AA.
6. Well, who has not heard of Hyde Park? Great speakers once delivered their speeches here, among them Karl Marx, Marcus Garvey, George Orwell, Lenin. The famous speaker corner (Speakers’ corner) in Hyde Park and to this day is intended to be a symbol of democracy, but most tourists and locals come to the park to stroll, enjoy the smells of freshly mowed grass, English lawns and swans in ponds.
7. Are you passionate about historical relics, and from the names of Victoria and Albert you feel warmly in your heart? Then you just need to visit the Victoria and Albert Museum, where collections of jewelry, clothes, paintings, books, furniture and many other exhibits are collected for thousands of years of human history.
8. To be in London and not see the ceremony of changing the guard ?! It’s impossible. This spectacular sight can be seen in three places in London: at the gates of Buckingham Palace, at Windsor Castle and at the Horse Guards.
9. Be sure to go to the Tate Modern gallery at Bankside, London and Tate Britain (Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG), where the work of painters from around the world is presented to the general public.
10. In the heart of the British capital — Trafalgar square with its famous bronze lions and majestic fountains, you will find the National Gallery (National Gallery), which stores in its halls a collection of unique masterpieces of world art .
11. The Natural History Museum awaits everyone who remembers the merits of Charles Darwin at Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD.