Don´t Spend Extra on Tickets. Discover When and Where You Can Get in FREE.

24/06/2015 11:11

When we travel we always want to discover at least some of the monuments and places of interest. Each country offers something really great that interests visitors. Often we are travelling just to see and visit the famous museum, site or historic monument. In most cases you must pay for admission, which is not always cheap. But once we’ve reached our destination, we strive to reach our objective and decide to spend some money on seeing the famous tourist attractions.

We have decided to make it easier − so we bring you a resume of some popular tourist hot-spots where you can find out how and when you can get in free and thus further enjoy your holiday.

1. Madrid − Prado Museum

There is free access from Monday to Saturday from 18:00 to 20:00 and Sundays and holidays from 17:00 to 19:00.

2. Lisbon − Jeronimos Monastery

You can always enjoy free entrance on the first Sunday of each month.

3. Paris – The Louvre

The permanent collection is free to all visitors on the first Sunday of each month from October to March.

4. London − Natural History Museum

Admission is free every day from 10:00 to 17:50.

5. Dublin − National Gallery

Entry is free every day of the week.

6. Berlin − Bundestag

Come to the special open day, the German Bundestag's 2015 Open Day, on 6 September and from 09:00 until 19:00, with the last entry at 18:00, the home of the German parliament will be at your disposal free of charge.

7. Rome − Pantheon

Enjoy one of the most famous and visited monuments in Italy and in Europe too. Admission is always free when you wish to visit.

8. Vienna − Stephansdom

Free for you and your family and friends every day of the week.

9. Prague − St Vitus Cathedral

Access to certain parts of the cathedral is free. If you have an interest in seeing all parts of the cathedral, you should purchase a combined entrance fee that includes Prague Castle.

10. Budapest − Hungarian National Gallery

Admission is free only during the Hungarian public holidays (15 March, 20 August, 23 October) for all visitors.


Editing by: Catherine Parker