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Hidden Gems of London – Great sights off the beaten track

The English capital has more to offer than world famous sights such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London and the London Eye. Discover London’s hidden gems on four interesting guided walking tours. Explore the East End, home of Banksy and the cutting edge of “Cool Britannia”. Visit the most interesting markets in London. Discover some unique gems on a walk from Trafalgar Square to Piccadilly Circus. Admire London’s diversity on a tour along the Thames from the Tower to the Tate Modern.

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  • Discover London’s hidden gems by taking interesting guided tours.
  • Explore The East End, London’s coolest district.
  • Visit London’s most interesting markets.

The English capital has more to offer than world famous sights such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London and the London Eye. Discover London’s hidden gems on four interesting guided walking tours. Explore the East End, home of Banksy and the cutting edge of “Cool Britannia”. Visit the most interesting markets in London. Discover some unique gems on a walk from Trafalgar Square to Piccadilly Circus. Admire London’s diversity on a tour along the Thames from the Tower to the Tate Modern.

The East End is the coolest place in Great Britain. A local tour guide can show you around in this interesting quarter of London. At many places you’ll discover paintings of the famous street artist Banksy, for example at the Moorfields Eye hospital. Lots of artists are living in the East End and it played an important role in the career of famous celebrities. Jamie Oliver opened a social Restaurant in the East End, Alfred Hitchcock made some movies there and Damien Hirst made his name in a local gallery. Explore the East Market and the only circus school in England on your tour through this amazing quarter. Take a breather and enjoy a Pie & Mash, the traditional dish of the working class in London, in one of the numerous pubs.

Another interesting tour leads you to London’s greatest markets. Start the trip at Covent Garden, an old roman settlement, which became a world-famous forum for boutiques, opera houses and street entertainment. Take the Tube to the East End afterwards, to discover London’s most interesting markets. Explore Spitalfields, a great covered market, regenerated by Sir Norman Forster and the colorful flower market at Columbia Road. Enjoy a good lunch at one of the stalls, pubs or restaurants around the market. Finally finish your tour at Camden Market. The alternative sub-culture with lots of unique, independent stores is interesting for everyone.



Discover some hidden gems on a walk from Trafalgar Square to Piccadilly Circus. Explore the Covent Garden Piazza and enjoy a cappuccino at the royal opera house. Visit the only cartoon museum in the world and admire the Great Court at the British Museum. Take a ride through Denmark Street, where Jimi Hendrix and the Beatles recorded. Enjoy the coffee culture at Old Campton Street, in London’s most liberal and salacious district Soho afterwards. Make a stop at Chinatown before you finish the tour underneath the bright lights of Piccadilly Circus.

Another fantastic tour takes you along the Thames from the Tower to the Tate Modern. On your way you can admire London’s oldest theatre, taste some Gourmet Food at Borough Market, discover the amazing gothic architecture of Southwark Cathedral and Globe Theatre. Finally you’ll arrive at the world famous art gallery Tate Modern, located in an old power station.



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