A daily walk around London
Choose one of our two itineraries: they are two completely different but equally interesting stories about London.
- See illustrations of Britain's grand history
- Discover the mysteries of Big Ben
- Visit the City of London at its most ancient and most modern
- Guided tour
Important to know:
- Tour reservations close 24 hours in advance
- There can be more than 15 people in the group, as no tickets are purchased for children.
- The tour is completely walking tour. Along the way there are convenient stops and photo breaks with a favorable angle at the sights.
- The tour does not require headphones.
- The tour follows two daily alternating routes. You can see the route map and timetable in the "Photos" section (the dotted line on the map shows the path that we will take by subway).
- To travel on the subway, you need to have an Oyster card or contactless bank card (on the red route).
- A question and answer session at the end of the tour: ask the guide any questions about London, discuss the tour, and exchange impressions!
Blue tour: a must-see in London
On this walk you'll see landmarks that have become living illustrations of Britain's grand history. Near Westminster Abbey you'll learn about the important events that took place within the walls of this building. Nearby, talk about the mysteries of Buckingham Palace, the residence of the monarchs. Of course you'll discover the little-known and slightly scary secrets of Big Ben, see Trafalgar Square, several historic pubs, a mini-change of mounted guards, and the famous door of 10 Downing Street.
The Red Route: The City of London's oldest, most modern
Travelers rarely visit the City of London, ironically never reaching the London that arose 2,000 years ago. Our guide will tell you about the ancient traditions that still keep the City modern and ever-changing city within a city. On this itinerary you'll learn about the world's first subway, riding two stops. See the dome of St. Peter's Cathedral from an unexpected angle and see where the Mayor of the City receives important guests. Delve into the narrow streets of the Old City; find out where thousands of gold bars lie and check out the fairytale market that reminds you of Harry Potter. We'll also discuss the architecture of the Cucumber Skyscraper and one building inside out. At the end of the walk, icons of London await you: the Tower and Tower Bridge.