How to visit London for Less
Summer holidays are not yet finished, so if you are looking for some budget friendly ideas to spend some more quality time with your offsprings here is a map from East Midlands Trains with a suggested itinerary for a day out in London for less.
1. If you are coming to London from around the UK check the train tickets on apps such as the trainline to book the tickets in advance and save up to 30% of the original train ticket fare. If a train is not an option check out buses such as Megabus or National Express.
2. When travelling across London check the fare using TLF journey fare calculator to estimate if there is any cheaper route to the described below attractions. The cheapest but unfortunately the longest way to travel across London is by bus – the daily cap is only £4.5 so after you third bus journey yu dont pay for any other bus journey made.
3. Prepare a home made lunch to enjoy it in Regent’s Park, where you can roller skate enjoying wide avenues. I can recommend the inline skates for kids from Decathlon, believe it or not I am not a kids but got these for myself as with size 4 they were much more comfortable than a regular women in line skates – so if you are planning to join your kids when skating you may as well save on the skates the very same way as I did…
4. Having enjoyed Regents Park you may wish to visit the Tate Modern’s free children’s workshops and the Science Museum where you can make friends with dinosaurs. The maps also include tips on the quickest way to get around when travelling by tube. Download the below shown guide and print before you set off: