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This article will give you tips on traveling to London. Well, London is the capital that is a famous icon from the UK and the United Kingdom. You certainly know about Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and the London Eye. Now the icons that are usually available in various pictures and magazines are in the UK, precisely in the British state of the capital of London. Although London is famous for the cost of living all expensive, there is no harm in the traveler to visit this beautiful city with a capital in the future. Here are tips and tricks on traveling to London in the style of backpackers;

GETTING THE RIGHT TIPS ON TRAVELING TO LONDON

Determine the right time and book the ticket in advance

It would be nice if you choose the best time to visit there by choosing the season that you want, whether winter or summer, then look for the cheapest month to book a ticket, preferably the estimated day 19 weeks before departure to get a cheap price from the usual price. Also, keep an eye on flight sites that are providing promo prices.

Order cheap hostels

To minimize budget, look for hostels to stay, variations in hostel prices start at hundreds of thousands. There is an organization called YHA (Youth Hostel Association) that provides cheap and comfortable accommodation in London from hostels, camping, and transportation. Usually, backpackers often stay there. If it’s difficult to find a YHA hostel then hostels in other places are also promising.

Buy Oyster Cards and London SIM cards

For those of you who want to get around London riding public transportation such as the bus (big red bus) and the oldest subway in the world (London Underground Tube) then you must have an Oyster Card to minimize the budget.

If you arrive in London, don’t forget to buy a London SIM Card, usually found in a small roadside shop. What happens if you get lost in London without an internet quota, you surely look so stupid.

Visit a free tourist spot

Do you know that almost all museums in London are free of charge to enter it such as the National British Museum, Gallery, The Queen House, and the others?  You certainly want to take a walk without spending a dime, especially with the stunning views of London. These free places should not be included in your required bucket list.

Have umbrellas and coins available

Not much different from other European countries, London also has erratic weather, even just a few hours the weather can immediately change. The right way to anticipate it is just to provide an umbrella at any time and keep an eye on the weather forecast from your smartphone.

If you are still thinking about what to bring the coin with, of course, some coins that you will bring will be beneficial, such as buying canned drinks on the roadside, or maybe calling in public places because suddenly your credit runs out.

Read the traveling guidebook

Why before doing traveling should you read the guidebook first? Well because before being in a foreign country for you, of course, you must know in advance the various recommended places, rules and habits of people living in the country, especially in London which is far different from our home country.

Hopefully, some of the tips on traveling to London in the style of the backpacker above can make you even more interested in visiting it especially for those of you who only have a mediocre budget. Hopefully useful ~