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Walking Tours of London

London is fun to walk around as the city center is smaller than you would think. Walking allows you to see so much more, whether you only have half a day, one day or longer.
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Notting Hill Film Locations - Self-Guided Walk
The 1999 Notting Hill movie still attracts visitors to the area so I've put together this walking tour of the key locations with directions and fun facts.

London Street Art Walking Tour
Follow this suggested walking tour to see popular locations for London street art.

Doctor Who Walking Tour of London Review - Brit Movie Tours
If you are a fan of the Doctor Who TV series you will want to know about the Brit Movies Tour Doctor Who Walking Tour of London. It's not 'official' or affiliated to the BBC but it's a well-researched tour and you'll see plenty of London landmarks too.

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.

Greenwich Tour
Tour of the best to see and do in Greenwich, south London, where all time is measured from.

Seven Noses of Soho Walk
There is a myth/legend/rumor that is you find all of the Seven Noses of Soho you will attain eternal wealth. The only way to know if this is try is to join this fun walk!

Try a London Walk with Author of Walk The Lines
The author of Walk the Lines runs walks of some tube line routes. You won't have to walk the length of the whole line but you will get to discover loads of cool facts about a central London stretch of a tube line.

Trafalgar Square Sights
Trafalgar Square in London has many interesting sights including: Nelson's Column, The National Gallery, and St. Martin-in-the-Fields. You can see these and more on this short walking tour.

South Bank Walking Tour
The South Bank area has many of the famous landmarks you would wish to see on a trip to London. Look through this photo tour of the area from Westminster Bridge to London Bridge and choose the sights you would like to visit.

Little Venice to Camden
Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. The routes passes the beautiful houseboats at Little Venice, Nash Regency houses and London Zoo before reaching Camden Lock. Enjoy these photos.

Cities in Sound Audio Walks
Cities in Sound specialize in audio walk guides to allow you to explore independently. The London audio walks include interesting facts along with interviews, music and a free map. I've tried four of the Cities in Sound London audio walks (there are more) and can recommend them.

The Intelligence Trail
The Intelligence Trail is London's intelligence and espionage guided walk, highlighting some of the key episodes in the history of Britain's intelligence services in the last 100 years including the early years, WWII, Cold War, Middle East, highlighting key episodes.

Gary Fordham's Group Tours of London
Gary Fordham runs fun walking tours around London. He is actor so knows how to bring a story to life. Some of the best tours include the Da Vinci Code Tour and Great Movie Tours but there are often more being added.

William Blake London Walk
A walk around William's Blake's London taking place on Sundays.

Free Belgravia Walk and Mayfair Walk
Free maps of walks around London's Belgravia and Mayfair areas, produced by Grosvenor (formerly Grosvenor Estates).

The Original London Walks
London Walks is the original (est. 1960) walking tour company in London, offering themed walks every day of the week. Come rain or shine the guides will be waiting to meet you.

In Midtown Walks
Bloomsbury, Holborn and St. Giles are central London areas steep in history. 'In Midtown' runs regular free lunchtime walks from Holborn station.

The London Pub Crawl Company
This company specializes in great London pubs offering great British ales, not drunken groups of students. They are a boutique tour company that seek to enrich the pub experience by taking you to those London pubs that many visitors just won't find. They even have some free pub crawls on their site so you can see the type of places they can share.

City Highlights
Qualified and enthusiastic group of Guides who can bring the 'Square Mile' to life with their in-depth knowledge of the City of London.

Audible Journey - Walking Tour Database
Audible Journey showcases walking tours in major cities around the world and London has the most tours of any city in the world. You can share reviews and easily find a walking tour that fits your interest and schedule.

London Tours of TV and Movie Locations
Sightseeing tours of famous movie and TV locations in London, England, Scotland and Wales.

Open City Architecture Tours
Discover London every Saturday with Open City Architecture Tours. Tours are led by architects and architectural historians, some are on coach and some on foot, and run in weekly rotation. All last approx 3 hours.

Rambles From The London Tube
This explores car free walks from the Tube to all kinds of places in outer London - countryside walks, waterside wanders or urban rambles. Fully searchable and with accessibility notes where necessary.

Secret London Walks
London Walks are an original way to discover the hidden and secret parts of this famous city. Diane Burstein, professional London Blue Badge and City of London Guide and LBC 97.3FM Broadcaster, is the best person to help you explore on a Guided London Walking Tour.

London Graffiti and Street Art Tours
Aerosol Planet run a selection of London Graffiti tours which are often guided by street artists.

Transport for London - Walking In London
Transport for London offer Air Quality Information, a 'Walkfinder', as well as a newsletter and leaflets on walking in London.

London-Footprints.co.uk Walks
Each walk includes an introduction to the area, the route and what to see, and some additional information when available.

City Jogging Tours
If running is more your thing, these guided tours means you can exercise while seeing the sites.

Paddington Walking Tours
Paddington Waterside Partnership and Paddington BID have organized Thursday lunchtime walks around the Paddington area of London where you can discover the area that inspired Brunel's great station, where Fleming discovered Penicillin and where a bear from darkest Peru got his famous name.

Insider London
Insider London offers tours of modern London, led by young designers and trendspotters.

Self-Guided Walks in Islington
A selection of local walks tours within the borough of Islington.

Clerkenwell & Islington Guides Association
Enjoy a walk in Clerkenwell and Islington with one of the Mayor of Islington's official guides. There's no need to book - just turn up on the day.

Guided London Walks and Tours
London walks offered by Oxford graduate Blue Badge Guide Brian Cookson, author of "London's Waterside Walks" and "Crossing the River".

London Architecture Walks
London Architecture Walks is dedicated to the showing you the famous and hidden architectural wonders of the greatest city in the world.

Go East London
The East End of London is a treasure-house of surprises waiting to be explored. London Blue Badge guides will introduce you to the history, personalities, and buildings of the past and present.

Contemporary London Architecture
Weekly walks with architect Tim Bruce-Dick, every Wednesday evening.

The Ramblers Association
A great collection of London walks from the UK Ramblers Association. They sell a booklet of London walks, or simply scroll down to 'Paths and Routes' and have a look at the list of walks.

Angel Weekend Walks
Peter Powell has devised Literary and Historic walks around north London's Islington area.

Shocking London: The Blood And Tears Walk
Declan McHugh has been doing the 'The Blood and Tears Walk: London's Horrible Past' since 1999. It's a seven times a week walk featuring Jack the Ripper, and other London serial killers, grave-robbers, witchcraft, conspiracy theories, execution sites, secret tunnels, etc. Declan also has a Shakespeare City Walk on Fridays.

Monthly Peace Walk In Hyde Park
A slow, silent, meditative walk through Hyde Park on the first Sunday of each month.

Free Tours By Foot
These walking tours are at 'name-your-own-price' rates so you decide how much you enjoyed the walk. There's a selection of routes and themes to choose from and you can book online in advance.

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