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The sun-kissed scenes from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's storybook wedding at Windsor may have put you in the mood to visit the United Kingdom.Here are a few tips on enjoying London on a budget. GO LOW (SEASON)London's high season is late spring and summer and it's also popular in December. I chose March and had typically damp and chilly weather with a few sunny afternoons. Right now, when all your friends are complaining about how much they're spending on summer trips to Europe, is the time to book your trip for autumn.Another new low-cost but definitely no-frills airline to London is WOW.BET ON THE BURBSThe farther out you go from the heart of London, the cheaper the lodging. TAKE A PASSSince I knew I was going to be visiting a lot of paid attractions, I bought a London Pass, a multivenue card. STROLL, SIPMost museums in London are free (special exhibitions may cost extra).Keep walking to reach London Bridge and, if you're thirsty, stay on the south side of the river and check out the 17th-century George Inn (77 Borough High St). .
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