Friday, 20 April 2012

The cheapest way to go to the Olympics

Have you decided whether you are going to London? You might be nervous about the high prices, fees and fares everywhere during the Games. You have a good reason to hesitate, but there are solutions. Here's what I have selected for you.

London is the 18th most expensive city in the world. If you are planning to save as much as possible you'll find solutions for the cheapest way to go to the Olympics here:

There are big screens in Hyde Park, Victoria Park and Trafalgar Square
There are restrictions on how much food and drink you can take into the games venues.
A series of cultural events will take place alongside the Olympic Games. There will be about 500 events culminating in a Culture Festival. It's not a new idea; like the ancient Greeks, Pierre de Coubertin had in mind to bring sport and art together. Cultural events to complement the sporting games were for the first time performed in 1952. It was only in 1992 that the Cultural Olympiad was launched as a four-year event.

Find out more about opening and closing ceremonies, VIP packages, disabled access tickets etc.

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