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Ben West

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Whoever originally said that the best things in life are free has clearly never driven a factory-fresh Ferrari. That said, a visit to London can be pretty hard on the wallet for most people and therefore the fact that you can build an itinerary in the capital costing absolutely nothing can be immensely gratifying as well as a great relief. Splashing out for expensive admission tickets to a tourist attraction is no guarantee of satisfaction and indeed some of Britain's premier museums, galleries and other attractions cost nothing to enter. Here's a selection that will hopefully demonstrate some of the huge diversity London has to offer.
Lee Valley Regional Park

Stretching 26 miles from the Thames at Bow in east London to the River Lee at Ware in Hertfordshire, Lee Valley is so large - nearly four times the size of Richmond Park - that it offers many leisure opportunities, including walking, cycling, riverside trails and bird watching. There are lakes, nature reserves and heritage sites, and Myddleton House Gardens, with its rich plantlife.

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