Stag parties planning a weekend in London might find their trip turns out less expensive than they may have expected, according to one tourism expert.
Mary Rance, chief executive of tourist association UKinbound, said the capital is often perceived as being a pricey place to visit because of its higher base costs and impressive heritage.
However, despite research by the Post Office revealing a 16 per cent hike in the price of cultural attractions, she said those on a budget can still find plenty of things to do.
"With the challenging circumstances we've had this year, the industry has put together some really good deals and offers to attract tourists to the capital," Ms Rance said.
Indeed, according to a recent report by TripAdvisor, London was recently voted the best European city for free attractions and public parks by travellers, despite being ranked as the most expensive.
Those surveyed voted Czech capital and stag do favourite Prague as the best bargain city in Europe, while Copenhagen emerged as the cleanest.