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London is the capital and largest city of the United Kingdom. London’s population draws from a wide range of peoples, cultures and religions. As of latest count the city had a population of 7.5 million people which is counted as the most populous municipality within the European Union.

The city of London is perfect for all sort of travelers. Whether you’re a walker or wanderer, a strider or a stroller. London is the perfect size to see sightseeing’s on foot. Its easy to navigate through the city streets and markets or escape the busy city life by relaxing and enjoying in the parks and along the river.

London is quite an expensive city, therefore here a few tips for an uncompromising yet wallet-friendly trip. London counts many tourist attractions, most of them cost money for entrance yet the best of them are free. Don’t think you are selling yourself short by visiting parliament buildings, galleries, museums and spacious parks for free. A few places that you must have seen are the: Houses of Parliament, National Portrait Gallery, British Museum, Bushy Park and The Longford River.

Travelers to London need a valid passport and visa. American citizens will receive a 180 days visa upon arrival after filling in a form. Unlike other countries within the European Union London does not have the Euro as its currency but the Pound. The best period to visit London is the summer months between July and August.

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