London for free: 1) British Museum - 2) Regent's Park - 3) Sky Garen - 4) Free Walking Tours - 5) Camden Town - 6) Greenwich - 7) Walking on the river banks
Video: 7 Best Things to Do in London for Free (9'42'')
0:28 1. British Museum
British Museum was the first national museum in the world. 6 million people per year see 8 million objects, with a collection from Ancient Egypt and Sudan, with a mummy of Cleopatra, more mummies, and temple statues, as also a big Greek department ("Rome"), here are the sculptures from Athens.
2:10 2. Regent's Park
London has 3000 parks thus there is always a place for relax. Here are fountains, sculptures with winged lions, a little lake with pedalo drives, and an own zoo. There are "Queen Mary's Gardans" with a rose collection of 400 varieties of roses. There are the Avenue Gardens with walks in geometric order and fountains.
3:20 3. Sky Garden
On floor 36 there is a restaurant and a garden with a viewing possibility in a circle of 360º. In the garden are planted plants from the Mediterranean and from South Africa.
4:13 4. Free Walking Tours
Learn about London by foot and learn about places, e.g. Trafalgar Square, there are two tours: the Old City Tour, and the Royal Tour visiting 3 palaces, Saint James's Palace with bagpipe music corps, Buckingham Palace with troops on horses, the tours are free but tips are welcome. On the Old City Tour one can get to learn more about London, with Big Ben, with monuments etc.
5:28 5. Camden Town
Here are over 1000 shops, drink and dance locations, variation of life is loved from fine stile to punky stile, streets are even roofed forming protected pedestrial zone market streets, there are old handicrafts bewared here like old leather stuff, old photo shooting like in the 1920s, at the other side all punky leather stuff, or also hand painted sports shoes. Food restaurants are mixed here with any kind of taste e.g. China kitchen, Indian kitchen, Tai kitchen, Mexican kitchen, Italian kitchen.
6:52 6. Greenwich
Royal Naval College, with a chappell with a "Painted Hall", in the normal "Greek" style with gods and goddesses of Egypt etc. There is also the National Maritime Museum, there is the "Queen's House", the earliest English building in classical style, and there is a big park "Greenwich Park", and there is the Royal Observatory with a view of London skyline passing a park. And Greenwich has also a market, Greenwich Market. And there is a ship, Cutty Sack, an old clipper ship from 1869, officially for tea trade with China.
8:32 7. Walking on the river banks
River bank walks are relaxing and good for an architecture tour. There are glass towers, old castles, medieval ruins. Highlights are the Shard [an obelisk pyramid], the "Globe" Shakespeare theatre, the Tower Bridge, the castle "Tower of London", Millennium Bridge, St. Paul's Cathedral,