Splurge or Save? It’s All up to You When You’re in London

A wise Londoner said ‘the best things in life are free’ and you will agree to the statement when you visit this magical city. From city’s beautiful parks to excellent museums, there are plenty of astonishing free experiences to be had in the capital.
Exploring the London on a budget is fine, but at times, you just want to try something lavish and pretentious. As luck would have it, the city also boasts a number of breathtaking options for luxury travellers to whom money is not an issue to consider. Here is a guide to extravagant as well as budget things to do in London that will help you to travel in your own style.

Extravagant Things to Do

A Champagne Experience at London Eye
What better way is there to enjoy the romantic views of London with a bottle of Pommery Brut Royal Champagne? Of course, it is perfect for your special occasion like birthday and anniversary to have a memorable experience. Couples, who are looking for fancier options to take a spin on this Ferris wheel, can book a private capsule at just £500.

An Afternoon Tea at Five Star Hotel
It is true that nothing is more typically British than a traditional afternoon tea in London. An afternoon tea is the best way to spend a couple of hours lingering over sweet and spicy delicacies in the luxuriously embellished dining room of city’s five star hotels. To add extra élan to your tea experience, these hotels also serve Smoked Salmon Sandwiches and Scrambled Eggs. Some of the five star hotels where you can enjoy a high tea and stay lavishly are Claridges and The Dorchester. So, why not book an accommodation at one of these hotels and enjoy an afternoon tea each day during your stay.

Watch Performing Arts at Royal Opera House
Couples who are very interested in the arts can spend an evening at Royal Opera House. This is the ultimate occasion for you and your love to be dressed in your finest evening dress and take pleasure in a stylish night full of magic and mystery. Jewels, How the Whale Became, and Giselle are some of the recent shows that you can watch in this opera house.

Budget Things to Do

Unwind at London’s Royal Gardens
If you feel tired of the city’s hustle and bustle, then you can take brisk, refreshing walks in London’s royal gardens. They are not just parks, as they host a number of sports events, open-air theatre, concerts, and other fun activities. Hyde Park, Regent’s Park, and St James’s Park are some of the parks where you unwind and enjoy a sunbath.

Eat, Stroll, and Shop at Street Markets
If you love walking in a leisurely way, then London street markets welcome you to stroll and gaze in awes. These markets take place all over the capital, offering everything from food and fashion. Home to world’s most expensive stores, Bond Street is one of the popular streets in the capital that offers everything from Arts & Antiques to Fashion & Accessories.

Find a Wealth of Fascinating Artefacts
The city is a real treat for history buffs and culture lovers. It offers hundreds of attractions to choose from, including the British Museum, Tate Modern, and the Royal Museums Greenwich. Modern art sculptures, paintings, engraved gems, Greek and Roman artefacts are just a few examples of the rich collections of these museums and art galleries. A majority of them have free admissions, so it won’t cost you a penny to discover all that they have to offer.

It can be confusing for any traveller to choose the best ones from hundreds of attractions. However, by considering the above things to do, you can rest assured that you have chosen things according to your budget.
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