Walking Tour Reviews
Street Art London Tour Review
Street Art London do a weekly tour of the latest artworks to be found around east London. The tour guide is not an artist but through following the local scene and his respect for the artworks he has managed to meet many of the big names whose street art appears across London.
Eating London Food Tour
The Eating London Food Tour takes in eight foodie locations and includes plenty of history and insights into the east London area too. It's a lot of food and a lot of fun.
Jack the Ripper Tour
There are many Jack the Ripper tours in London but I tried the London Walks tour with the expert Ripperologist Donald Rumbelow.
London Street Games
London Street Games are a fun way to explore London with friends while solving clues and completing a treasure hunt. Great for adults and families.
Chocolate Ecstacy Tours London Review
Chocolate Ecstasy Tours offer a choice of London tours which include learning about chocolate and London while sampling a lot of indulgent chocolate.
King's Cross Tours
King's Cross is being redeveloped and huge improvements can be seen already. There are free guided tours of the area. I've tried a tour and can tell you what to expect.
Sandemans New London Free Royal London Tour Review
Sandemans New London Tours offer a free, daily walking tour all year round. I tried the free 2.5 hour Royal London Tour. Find out more...
London Urban Adventures Review
London Urban Adventures have a choice of half and whole day tours around London with local experts. I tried the City Street Explorer and here's what I thought...
Palaces, Processions and Piccadilly Audio Walk Review
Review of the Palaces, Processions and Piccadilly audio walk by Head to Foot Audio Tours.
Clerkenwell Walk Review: Radicals, Religion & Rivers
Clerkenwell in London has some fascinating history and this walking tour from the Clerkenwell and Islington Guides Association covers religious foundations, an infamous prison, and an ancient site which gave the area its name.
Context Travel London Portrait of a City Review
Context Travel offers tours for the "intellectually curious". I tried the London 'Portrait of a City' tour and here's my review.
Soundmap Brick Lane Audio Walk Review
Review of Soundmap's audio walk of east London's Brick Lane area.
London Underground Tour
Travel across 150 years of London Underground's history in 2 hours with the London Underground and Tube Tour from Insider London.
Walki Talki London iPhone Walking Tour
Review of the Walki Talki London iPhone application; a downloadable self-guided walking tour along the River Thames.
Soundmap Sweeney Todd Audiowalk Review
Review of the free Soundmap Sweeney Todd Audiowalk of London.
Somerset House Free Guided Tour
Somerset House, London's 18th century neoclassical palace, offers free guided tours on the first Saturday of the month.
A Walk Around Charles Dickens' London - Book Review
A Walk Around Charles Dickens' London is part of a series of pocket-sized walking tours of London.
The Beatles in London Walk - Book Review
The Beatles in London Walk is part of a series of pocket-sized walking tours of London.
Soundmap - Soho Audio Walk Review
Soundmap's audio walks of London all have atmospheric sounds, music, stories, interviews with locals, and are narrated by someone linked to the area. This is a review of the Soho audio walk.
Tea and Coffee Walk Review
A review of the Tea and Coffee Walk run by the knowledgeable guides at City Highlights who really bring to life London's strong connections with tea and coffee.
Westminster Audio Walking Tour Review
Tourist Tracks offer two audio walking tours of London: 'City of Westminster' and 'City of London' produced in partnership with 'Visit London'. This is a review of the 'City of Westminster' tour.
City of London Walking Tour Review & Photos
I was asked to review the 'City of London' walking tour by Tourist Tracks who produce MP3 audio walking tours. These photos are some of the highlights of the tour. The tour starts at Tower Hill tube station and ends at Tate Modern.