South Shore

(5) Stroll through Southbank especially weekends, the Southbank (South Shore) is authentic assortment of street performers, markets books and people that leads to the Globe or the National Film Theatre. Take seat on a bench and behold how this theatre in the open air is filled with life. (6) In skates Friday night every Friday, a parade of skaters goes whizzing through the streets of London. The bravest can participate, although it is necessary to bring skates or skateboard. This Friday Night Skate is a bastion of the London underground culture. (7) The route of blue Repartidas plates by the city, the houses of historical characters are marked with blue plaques that explain who lived in the House and when. You can even categorize these plates, perhaps visiting only those that are dedicated to characters from the world of literature or that honoring great characters of philosophy. (8) Film in the Roxy Bar and Screen the Roxy Bar and Screen in Borough passes films free every night of the week.

Although it is likely that you may have to buy a drink for education, watch a movie anywhere It is so cheap. (9) The incredible Abbey of Westminster, in Central London Westminster, Abbey has free entry. This huge Gothic building has been the place where many British monarchs have been crowned for over a thousand years. (10) Contemplate the views from Primrose Hill Primrose Hill, North London, is a little gem in the city. While a kidney cost many tourists go up the London Eye (Ferris wheel), Primrose Hill offers views of equally beautiful and with the advantage that it is not a claustrophobic place. And best of all, absolutely free!