Find last minute deals to London
Last minute deals to London are a great way to discover this wonderful city. There are plenty of trips and activities that can be booked at the last minute, and also many that are free and available all year round.
Last minute sightseeing
Make the most of our exceptional deals and take a last minute break to London. Many of London’s attractions are available just to walk up, and while you may have to queue for a while, this is something the British excel at! If you travel by rail, look out for some excellent two for one offers. The Tower of London and London Aquarium are just two who offer this deal, which you can’t get if you book ahead online. The London Eye operates all day and well into the evening, so you can book a slot for later the same day, and many of the city’s attractions are free to get into, such as the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Gallery. There are many companies operating day tours either by bus or by boat along the Thames. Enjoy the freedom of last minute holidays!
Last minute shows
In the heart of London’s theatre district, Leicester Square, you will find a booth that offers the best seats available at shows for half price. It’s worth getting there early as you have to queue, but if you would like to experience the West End without having booked in advance – while grabbing yourself a real bargain – this is well worth a visit. Many of the big name shows are regularly available. If there is something specific that you want to see, it is always worth going along to the theatre and asking whether there are any tickets available – many hold some back and returns from customers who can no longer use them are often available too. Theatre box offices generally open from noon.
Last minute travel
The cheapest and most effective way to get around is via the public transport network. You can buy either a travelcard, which offers unlimited travel on the trains, underground and buses for a set period of time, or a visitor’s Oyster card, which charges you per trip but at a lower rate than just paying the fare. Travelcards are available at all mainline and tube stations, and Oyster cards can be purchased at larger travel centres. If you’re feeling luxurious, you can always treat yourself to a ride in one of London’s iconic black cabs too!