It may be one of the most expensive cities in the world, but you can still see London's best bits on a budget.
Bag a hotel bargain in August as business travellers leave the capital and hoteliers cut rates to lure Brits away from a cheap week in Greece.
We've seen summer room rates drop by over 50% at top properties, including the 4-star Millennium Hotel in Kensington (£99, was £229). Or if the budget's really tight, you could check in to the brand-new Tune Hotel in Westminster, a no-frills budget hotel opening in August with rooms on offer from a wallet-friendly £35 a night.
So that's the accommodation sorted, now for a round up of the best things to do in the Big Smoke this summer that won't cost you a penny:
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