E.g., 14 Jul 2024

Paternoster Square

St Paul's Church

One New Change

Statue of Merchant

Temple of Mithras

Mansion House

The Royal Exchange

Jamaica Wine House

Leadenhall Market

Lloyds of London

Pudding Lane

Tower of London

Tower Bridge

City Walking Tour

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 £175.00 (From)

Every day
2 hours

Our London City Walking Tour covers all the most iconic and historically significant sights that light up the capital's skyline from the Gherkin to Tower Bridge.

Your walk starts from outside St. Paul’s Underground station, where you’ll meet your guide and begin by observing the magnificence of the cathedral of the same name, learning of its history, significance, and the legendary architect behind its creation.

Feast your eyes on the bold and beautiful geometry of the One New Change Building as you weave your way through narrow and twisting alleyways towards the geographic centre of London.

Your path will then bring you out into Bow Churchyard, where St. Mary-le-Bow’s church bells sounded when the old gates to the city were being opened. Soak in the history as your guide regales you with tales of local tradition and interesting facts about the church’s rich past.

Heading east, you’ll arrive at the heart of the old financial district, where the Bank of England and the roman columns of the residence of the Lord Mayor radiate power and elegance.

Next up is Leadenhall Market, a 19th century Victorian trading post now home to a diverse selection of bars, restaurants, and boutique shopping choices. As your guide leads you on, admire the unique and iconic architecture of classic London buildings like the ‘Gherkin’ and the ‘Cheese Grater’ dwarfing their neighbours against the skyline of London.

For the final leg of your tour, you’ll pass an historic pub frequented by some of England’s most revered authors, and visit the monument to the Great Fire that levelled London in the 17th century.

Finally, you’ll head towards the Thames, arriving at the Tower of London, home of the Crown Jewels and one of London’s oldest structures. Here you’ll say goodbye to your guide, as the river and the glorious parapets of Tower Bridge stretch out before you.