The largest cities in Europe can be visited absolutely free!

The largest cities in Europe can be visited absolutely free! – main image

Don't you believe us that you can visit several of the largest cities in Europe for free? That's true! All you need to do is plan your trip in an appropriate way and check where you do not need to have admission tickets. Additionally, you can reduce the cost of public transport to the maximum. We prove that you do not need to have a very thick wallet to travel around the world.

It turns out that traveling around Europe doesn't have to be incredibly expensive. The more so because the borders within the EU are open and you don't even have to prepare for your trip. It is enough to read the lists of free tourist attractions. You can also minimize the cost of travel and accommodation to zero when you decide to hitchhike and use couchsurfing.

We will start with London, because this city is where a lot of free tourist attractions await you. Most state museums are open to the public without the need to buy tickets. The famous British Museum is at the top of the list of free attractions. Inside, amazing archaeological excavations await you - sarcophagi with mummies, exhibits related to ancient Greece and Rome. Tourists, however, want to see the famous Rosetta Stone the most. Not only is the entrance free - you can also get the help of a guide completely free of charge. Another brilliant free spot is the National Gallery, which is located on Trafalgar Square. Inside you will find an impressive collection of works of art by the greatest painters of all time: Van Gogh, Jan van Eyck and even Leonardo da Vinci. And don't forget the famous Natural History Museum, which children will especially like. Inside, there are dinosaur skeletons and exhibitions dedicated to the most common species of plants and animals. The Media Library of the British Film Institute is also free, with an archive of extraordinary TV and cinema recordings. You'll also get free entry to the Palace of Westminster, the Maritime Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, the Photography Museum, the Science Museum, the Serpentine Gallery, the Tate Modern, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and a few more.

And what is the situation in the romantic capital of the world - Paris? Here, too, you can spend your entire holiday just exploring free tourist attractions! You will pay nothing to enter the spectacular Notre Dame Cathedral. You will probably say that it is nothing unusual, because you can enter churches for free, but not everywhere it is as obvious as in our country. In addition, Notre Dame has the works of the old masters and an amazing atmosphere. It is also free to visit the permanent exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art de la Ville de Paris. Inside, masterpieces of the most important artists of the 20th century, including of course Picasso, are waiting for you. Permanent exhibitions can also be seen at the Carnavalet Museum, a place where you can learn much more about the history of Paris. Inside, beautiful furniture, works of art, sketches and photographs await you - a very atmospheric place where you can feel the spirit of the city. It is also worth visiting the Fragonard Perfume Museum, where you will learn more about the production of the most beautiful and expensive fragrances in the world.

On the example of two cities that are considered the most expensive in Europe, we showed you that you can visit them completely for free, just check which attractions cost nothing. It is worth remembering that in many European cities, including Poland, some museums are available for free on specific days.

We would like to thank the Planaxy.com portal for substantive cooperation.

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