London for Free

London for free! What to see in this cool capital without spending a penny.

London Eye

London Eye and County Hall

Walking Tour of London

Get your map out and take yourself for a walkabout to see the sites. Watch the street performers and mime artists in Covent Garden, catch the red carpet premieres in Leicester Square, or wander by Soho for cool bars and lively gay scene and the iconic restaurants of Chinatown. See the modern ‘City’ architecture surrounding the Tower of London, and South Bank is the best!

Chinatown London

Gerrard Street in Chinatown, London

London’s Best Markets

Free to look at – buying is up to you! Visit famous Covent Garden Market and alternative Camden Lock, Sundays head east early to the flower-filled streets of Columbia Road then nearby Brick Lane Market for food from around the world, music and fashion with London’s hipsters. Saturdays head west to world famous Portobello Market for vintage clothes and antiques.

Waterloo Bridge

Waterloo Bridge and South Bank

London’s South Bank

The river Thames’ South Bank has the best views of London and there is always something happening, from outdoor festivals to Christmas markets. Walk from Tower Bridge (opposite the Tower of London) past Southwark Cathedral, neighbouring foodie heaven Borough Market (sample food here for free!), past Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, the Tate Modern art gallery. From Gabriel’s Wharf’s to the National Theatre (free music and art performances in summer), the Southbank Centre and Hayward Gallery and see the view that inspired the song ‘Waterloo Sunset’ with Big Ben and parliament opposite.

Hyde Park's Serpentine Lake

Hyde Park’s Serpentine Lake

Visit London’s Parks

From free concerts at famous Hyde Park to feeding pelicans at St James’s Park with a view of Buckingham Palace, there’s over 5,000 acres of parkland to see, including former 2012 Olympic Games site is now the Queen Elizabeth Park featuring waterside picnic spots.

"National Gallery London 2013 March" by Morio - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:National_Gallery_London_2013_March.jpg#/media/File:National_Gallery_London_2013_March.jpgFree Museums & Galleries

London’s many museums and galleries stage world-class exhibitions. Luckily for you – most are free! See Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ at the National Gallery, or the National Portrait Gallery in Trafalgar Square. World famous Tate Britain and Tate Modern on the riverbanks are also free, and the British Museum or fascinating Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A). See dinosaurs at the National History Museum or explore space at the Science Museum.

Book your bed at Equity Point in London, by trendy Notting Hill and Hyde Park. With great facilities including a guest cafe, there’s a choice of private en-suite or dormitory rooms. Book Now!

Celebrating the Olympic Games at Hyde Park

During the Olympic Games, Hyde Park is being the perfect spot to watch the Games with your friends. There are several big screens showing most of the sports and there are also other activities such as concerts, performances and a kid’s zone.

There will be a special Closing Ceremony Concert on Sunday August 12th with converts of Blur, New Order, The Specials and Bombay Bicycle Club. There will also be several Olympic athletes celebrating their success.

And remember, Equity Point London is 10 minutes walking distance from Hyde Park. But if you prefer to watch all the events at the hotel, every Equity Point is broadcasting the Olympic Games at the TV’s of the common areas so you can share the Olympic experience with people from all nationalities.

Via | Hyde Park

London Olympic Games 2012

Tonight the whole world will be watching the Inauguration of the London Olympic Games on the TV, and only some fortunate ones will be able to watch it live on the London Stadium. If you’re willing to go and live the amazing atmosphere of this unique event, remember Equity Point London is perfectly located near Paddington Station.

At London Olympic Games there will be 10.500 athletes competing for a medal in 26 different sports. Over 11 million of people will attend to the Games as public. And several millions more will watch all the different sports on TV.

Which are your favorite sports?