You can live in London all your life and never know all its stories, secrets and gems. That’s where we come in. We have walks in a variety of different iconic locales, not all are listed here so let us know if you have a specific request.
What to do?
London is a big place and there's a lot of choice, so we've broken down each of our walks below. Need any advice? See our Recommendations Page or Drop us a line!
Central London Walking Tour. The If-you-were-in-London-for-only-one-day Tour. We’ll cover all of London’s famous sights from Westminster to London Bridge.
Go back in time to Highgate or Hampstead, two of London's quaint old villages, to see picture-postcard London, the elegant, centuries-old architecture, and talk about great artists who lived here. Hampstead is the more famous and picturesque of the two villages. As the two locations are near each other, people often like to do both tours as part of an extra long walk.
See the vibrant old and new London districts of Soho, Camden and Covent Garden, buzzing today with markets, commerce and cafes, but also steeped in history (especially of the literary, rock 'n' roll and culinary variety). As Soho and Covent Garden are close to each other, people often like to do both tours as part of an extra long walk.
Explore our other most requested neighbourhoods to see the hidden gems and hear the great stories that make up this 2000 year old city. We'll be talking about Sherlock Holmes, the world's greatest detective, in Marylebone; James Bond and other famous spies in Chelsea; and Charles Dickens, Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group in Bloomsbury (otherwise known as the Literary London Tour).
We also go to Abbey Road as part of a Beatles/ Rolling Stones/ 60s Rock Walk