This year, tourists are more inclined to count and cut their travel expenses. So the travel booking company did a study to find out which European cities offer the freest museums, attractions, and other tourist perks.
According to research by Omio, there are three cities, each with over 400 free attractions and museums. The three cities with the freest museums and attractions are Rome, London, and Paris. This ranking was determined by combining the number of free museums and attractions.
First on the list is Rome. 553 free attractions and 34 free museums. If you are looking for a cultural getaway on a budget, Rome is a great option. Here you can add to your trip plan a visit to the Roman Pantheon, the Torre Argentina cat sanctuary, where cats roam ancient ruins, including the square where Caesar was killed.
London is a second great place for museum lovers who don’t want to splurge on admission fees. The city has 95 free museums and 487 free attractions. You can visit, for example, for connoisseurs of art Tate Modern with an impressive collection of British works from 1500 to the present, and for nature lovers in Holland Park, there is a beautiful Japanese garden.
Entrance to many popular tourist places in Paris is paid, but this did not stop him from becoming one of the most accessible cities for tourists – 27 free museums and 394 free attractions. Consider visiting the Père Lachaise Cemetery, which is the largest cemetery in Paris and home to many famous graves. History buffs will love exploring the city’s storied past at the Carnavalet Museum.