Thanks for all your answers guys
Lucky enough, I don't even want to get on a show court
I have always been more into doubles matches and the qualifying sessions etc.. No need to go camping for me: hoorah
I think I can get into London for like €250, which includes the travelling costs to London (plus taxes etc.) and two nights at a hotel, where I can also have breakfast (right, if I go to Wimbledon, I won't be able to have breakfast there
). Extra costs would be food and drink (breakfast, lunch, dinner, lots of drinks I am sure
), costs for the bus or tube from Waterloo Station to the hotel or wherever I stay and to the Wimbledon/Roehampton grounds, the Wimbledon tickets obviously and a souvenir or such. This is not overly expensive and if I start saving now, I'll probably make it.
I am thus thinking about going to Wimbledon for two days. If I really like it, I could always decide to go longer, as long as that is financially possible (considering that there is also a tournament in Rosmalen a week before Wimbledon, which I always go to a few days and which is by no means cheap, nor are the travelling expenses). However, I also want to make my trip a bit of a cultural experience, meaning that I want to return to the British Museum, and visit Tate National Gallery and such as well. Luckily, they are free, but this would mean I'd have to stay in London longer, resulting in higher expenses when it comes to food and drinks and also when it comes to sleeping. The same goes for me visiting Roehampton. My problem is, that I won't be able to work extra hours to save money before
Wimbledon is under way. I have my final exams this year and then I will only have about a week before Wimbledon starts. After that, I'll have plenty of time to save money, but.. you get my problem
Also, youth hostels are quite expensive too. If someone knows where to find cheap accommodation (unfortunately I don't have any friends in London..
), in or around London, please share