Although London can be very costly, a family holiday to London doesn’t have to be expensive: there are many ways to save money on a family trip to London.
To help you get the best out of your holiday, we have thought on how to cut costs during your trip.
- Using an Oyster card
If you stay for more than one week this card is what you are looking for. You can use it for all London’s public transport and it’s cheaper than buying every time a single ticket.
For example, paying cash for a single Underground journey in the centre of London is more than double that paying with an Oyster Card.
Alternatively, if you are staying one week or less, you could still save money doing the Travelcard ticket for 1 day or for 7 days.
With the London Pass you can get free access to 55 major London attractions for as little as £15.83 per day (£11.33 for child) and also allows you to skip lines at some attractions.
You and your family can enjoy and discover the beauty of some of the most attractive and interesting London’s museums for free. They also organise (often during weekend) free workshops and family activities designed exclusively by professionals and devoted people.
Whether you are looking for a short term or extended family accommodation, Boutique London Lets have a lot to offer. Our accommodation prices are competitive. When you book one of our apartments you don’t have to pay per room like you would in a hotel and you will have all the confort like in your house.
Kitchen essentials like milk, tea, coffee, sugar, oil, salt and pepper are also provided for free taking the hassle out of family meal times.
All our apartments are located in central London, easily accesible with close proximity to transports, museums, and London's popular tourist attractions.
Our apartments will make you feel at home and you get all of this at significantly cheaper prices than comparable hotel accommodation.
by Sara Laccone