I have put together three tours based on what has proved popular in the past, but the nice thing about being on foot is the flexibility it provides. Each little pocket of the capital has its own unique characteristics that local residents are fiercely proud of and you can discover a side of London that many visitors won’t ever get to see.
City of London - learn about the rich history of the Square Mile of London from the Romans to Christopher Wren, having a look at his masterpiece St Paul’s Cathedral on the way, and find out why this area remains the trading heartbeat of London.
The Thames – explore one of the most interesting stretches of the Thames running from Westminster and the Houses of Parliament towards Blackfriars Bridge. You'll discover one of the venues for the 1951 Festival of Britain, taking in the London Eye, Shakespeare’s Globe theatre and ending with a foray into Legal London.
Parliament to Royalty – starting in Parliament Square, we’ll head west towards Buckingham Palace going via Horse Guards, the Mall and St James's Palace on the way. Explore the lesser known Green Park, looking at some of the fabulous houses and finishing at Green Park tube station. This tour includes the Changing of the Guard.
Your walking tour (how long have you got?!) – from Clerkenwell to Theatreland, to Regents Park to Camden market; the choice of places to explore are endless. If you want to devise your own walking tour get in touch and we’ll plan it together.