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Want to travel the world but have a tight budget? Use these apps to explore London without breaking the bank.
Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to be insanely wealthy to explore the world. Take London, with proper planning and foresight it is possible to enjoy London on a shoestring budget. Whether you are spending three days or four days in London, the first step to cheap travel is creating a spending plan. Many great apps can help you quickly create a one. Once you have a budget and know exactly how much money you can spend per day, it's time to start planning your trip. Some apps can help provide useful information about the daily expenses of traveling in London, such as the average meal cost. Even if you are going on a tight wallet, you'll still want to see all of the exciting attractions. Visiting exciting places in London on a budget is possible, but you have to be wary of any trip to England packages
While travel packages have advantages such as making your trip less stressful, they end up costing much more versus planning the trip yourself. The next step to go to London cheap is to save money on mundane things. While traveling, you still have to commute, drink coffee, and take in London itself. For these activities, it is essential to avoid tourist trap restaurants and taxi services. Spending excessive amounts on a taxi service is a quick way to blow your budget. Luckily, there are great apps for finding the cheapest way to commute in London to help you save money for exciting activities. The final step to explore London on a budget is to take advantage of the free things to do in London. Apps like Couchsurfing and the Lonely Planet have some great free day in London itineraries. These itineraries let you visit all of the must-see sites without paying hundreds of dollars for a tour. If you are interested in the history and story of different buildings, use a walking tour podcast. There are many detailed walking tour podcast; they are often free and offer fascinating information. These podcasts are often better than most tour guides that cost hundreds of dollars. Plus by going out on your own you are way more likely to have an adventure and find a niche pub or restaurant that isn't in any tour or guide book.
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