While living in London you’ll undoubtedly visit the British Museum and the National Gallery as well as other well-known museums located throughout the city. After that tourist list of must-sees has been exhausted consider visiting some of the lesser known places where British history is alive and thriving.
Sometimes I get a request to write our relocation to London blog about some free places in London worth a visit. This particular location you could spend a week straight at and still not see it all. (And that’s just the inside, the outside is endless Botanical Gardens by KEW, an easy few days extra.) The British Museum takes up a monstrous area in Russell Street, near Russell Square and the tube station. Just a short walk over from Covent Garden, there are a number of exhibitions going on at all times.
When you’re planning your relocation to London you’re going to start making lists. Lists of things you have, things to organize and lists of things you need to do once you get to London. Your London relocation agents will give you even more lists of places to rent and you may get a few lists from your banks and employers. Moving to London can be a challenging experience, but once you’re settled into your new London apartment, you’ll want to make another list…
Free Attractions and Places to Visit if you’ve just arrived in London.
Your relocation to London may have cost you quite a bit once you’ve added it all up. You don’t want to miss out on the experience of living in London while you’re there. One of the nicest aspects of moving to London is the amount of places you can visit and sights you can see on no budget at al.
· Hyde Park. You have not experienced London if you don’t take an amble through the splendor of Hyde Park of an afternoon. There are loads of activities including boating and swimming in the Serpentine River, tennis, horse riding and even an adventure playground for the kids. The best activity though is to take in the magnificent gardens and walks. Absolutely free. Enjoy the Princess Diana Memorial Garden or the Speakers corner on a Sunday morning if you a taste of the bizarre.
You can enjoy living in London for much less than you’d expect. Yes. It’s an expensive city, but if you know where to look you will never run out of ways to experience London on a budget. The first thing you need to do once you have settled into your new London apartment is to get out and enjoy the city. Do the tourist attractions that will not hurt your budget and really get to know your new city.