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From London: Oxford, Stratford, Cotswolds & Warwick Castle

1. From London: Oxford, Stratford, Cotswolds & Warwick Castle

Walking tour of Oxford Follow in the footsteps of Oxford’s famous students, from C.S. Lewis to Bill Clinton, as you stroll the captivating college courtyards and cobbled lanes of this historic university town. Take in the famous ‘city of dreaming spires’ and see the Bodleian Library – one of the oldest libraries in Europe – on your visit. You’ll be captivated by the unspoilt narrow alleys and ancient squares of this naturally beautiful town. Enjoy a walking tour and free time. Stratford-Upon-Avon A market town with a difference, Stratford-upon-Avon is the famous home of arguably the world's greatest writer, William Shakespeare. Delve into the charms of this bustling market town at your leisure. Cotswolds We will drive through the Cotswolds, a charming blend of breathtaking natural beauty, bustling market towns and sleepy villages. Warwick Castle Be part of Britain’s Greatest Medieval Experience! Deep in the heart of Warwick Castle, the Great Hall becomes a hive of activity! Immerse yourself in battle preparations and feel the weight of a medieval sword. Enjoy a walking tour and explore this lovely town with its host of attractive buildings.

From London: Cotswolds Guided Day Tour

2. From London: Cotswolds Guided Day Tour

On the is private tour you will explore five amazing, historical and beautiful villages in the stunning Cotswolds area of England close to Oxford. You will spend around 1 hour walking around in each location which is plenty of time to explore what the villages have to offer you on this every English day out. Lots of wonderful shops, pubs, tea rooms and churches at each village. Then amazing English country side views for you to admire as we drive between the villages. Plenty of stops for photos and videos of course wherever you wish during the day. Lunch will be in Stow on the Wold at one of the villages fantastic pubs or tea rooms at 1230pm. The day will end at 5pm when we leave the Cotswolds and return to London for approximately 7pm.

London: Markets, Street Art, and Camden Town Walking Tour

3. London: Markets, Street Art, and Camden Town Walking Tour

Experience London like a local on this walking tour. Explore street art by artists like Jimmy C and Banksy. Shop at busy markets like Petticoat Lane Market and have a cold beer in Camden Town. Meet your guide on Aldgate High street and begin your walking tour. Listen as your guide tells you about the mysteries surrounding the history of Jack the Ripper. Uncover the sites where his grisly murders took place. Stop in at the pub where the famous serial killer used to drink beer. Walk through the colorful graffiti in the prestigious London street art center. Feel the bohemian vibe of Brick Lane street which is flooded with street art. Head to Whitby street to view work by the famed street artist Jimmy C. Discover works by the mysterious Banksy. Continue to the trend-setting markets like Petticoat Lane Market, which is a vibrant clothing and fashion market that is popular for its vintage boutiques. Make your way to eccentric market in Camden Town. Take in the atmosphere as you stop for a refreshing beer with your guide. Let yourself be carried away by an array of food trucks, unique shops with unusual wares, and street DJs. Finish your tour in Camden Town.

London: Book a Local Friend

4. London: Book a Local Friend

Book this tour and your hosts will contact you within 24 hours and ask you questions about your preferences and interests, so they can match you with the right profile and assign a like-minded Local Londoner. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Keeping in mind your personal answers they will put together a bespoke itinerary, just for you. Please note that this will be outlined but flexible. They will arrange a meeting with your guide in the most convenient place for you. If during the tour you feel like changing direction, or your guide believes that you'd enjoy a sight or different experience, they will suggest and discuss with you changes to the itinerary. Enjoy discovering amazing spots in London that you don't know about and are difficult to find in any guidebook or on the Internet, because they are lesser known to the crowd but beloved by Locals! The day revolves around your wishes so enjoy your private tour and let your Local show you the London you will love,

London: Best of London Half-Day Tour

5. London: Best of London Half-Day Tour

After meeting your guide at the meeting point early in the morning, you will advance to see the city’s landmarks from the cruise ship. Following this, cross Westminster Bridge to the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, one of the most historic buildings in London and the setting for royal coronations, weddings, and burials. Afterwards, continue through Parliament Square, before heading down Whitehall towards the Cenotaph War Memorial. Just after that, see one of the most popular tourist spots in London, the mounted soldiers at Horse Guards. Walk through the central arch into the parade grounds at the back, one of the finest sights in London. Continue your tour down Whitehall until you reach Trafalgar Square and Nelson’s Column. When you reach the north side of the square, you will visit the National Gallery, London’s premier art gallery with over 2000 works dating from 1260 onward. Some of the artists on display are Botticelli, Cézanne, Constable, Monet, Rembrandt, Renoir, Titian, Turner, and Van Gogh. Then, head through Admiralty Arch and walk up the mall towards Buckingham Palace. Have the opportunity to take pictures outside and listen to the history of the palace, which has served as the official London residence of the UK’s sovereigns since 1837 and is currently the administrative headquarters of the Queen. Your tour will continue with a walk through Green Park, one of four “royal” parks in central London that is officially owned by the sovereign. Your guide will then take you to London’s biggest shopping streets. Pass the Ritz Hotel and Fortnum and Mason, one of the most famous shops on Piccadilly that was founded in 1707 by William Fortnum and Hugh Mason. Your tour will then conclude at the Royal Academy of Arts.

London: Private Tour of Brixton with a Local

6. London: Private Tour of Brixton with a Local

When you book this tour, the supplier will be in touch within 24 hours after booking to find out more about your personality, tastes and interests so we can assign a like-minded Local who can create a bespoke experience for you. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Begin your day at brunch at a quirky café much loved by locals, which serves inventive and local food, with plenty of ingredients produced in and around Brixton. Your local guide will then meet you and discuss what you want to see. A suggested itinerary starts at the beautiful Victorian-era covered market. Here you’ll have plenty of time to look around some of the vintage stores and little boutiques, or to indulge in some sweet delights from bakeries bursting with sumptuous cakes and freshly baked bread. You might want to then stop for a drink in one of the many microbreweries or artisan cocktail clubs in the area. Afterwards, take to the streets to discover some of the city’s most famous street art, one of London’s last working windmills, or an art exhibition. You could enjoy a late lunch at one of Brixton’s newest and most popular venues, serving excellent authentic American soul food and over 80 different Bourbons. Before leaving, your guide can recommend more options for the evening ahead.

London Soho Guided Walking Tour

7. London Soho Guided Walking Tour

Your tour of Soho will take you through Piccadilly Circus, the Time Square of London, and through a maze of streets leading to Chinatown. In between, you’ll discover the hub of musical revolutions including the venue where Jimi Hendrix first performed in the city. Music buffs will delight to discover the spot where the term “Beatlemania” was coined, and where hits like “Bohemian Rhapsody” were recorded. Beyond music, you’ll discuss the women’s suffrage movement at Golden Square. A deadly cholera outbreak is the topic of choice on Broad Street, where you’ll hear about the original John Snow. Stroll Greek Street to hear how Soho influenced former residence, Karl Marx. At Soho Square, you’ll learn about some of the district’s earliest nobility, often eclipsed by the current tenants, the lively LGBT community who congregate at local bars. End up in Chinatown, where you’ll momentarily forget you’re in London and relax over a plate or three of dumplings before hitting up Soho’s energetic nightlife.

Eat Like a Londoner: The Internationalist Food Experience

8. Eat Like a Londoner: The Internationalist Food Experience

Shortly after booking your tour, the local supplier will be in touch to determine your interests and preferences to match you with a local guide. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Start the experience with a coffee and French croissant in a well-established bakery in the heart of London. Wander through the streets and look at the curious shop windows that display all sorts of food specialties from all over the world. Taste and shop your way through small, family run Italian delis and Mediterranean shops where you can sample delicious bites before you buy. Have a taste of the best Spanish tapas in town before entering buzzing and colorful Chinatown. Taste some of the most authentic Chinese dim sum in a place where Asian Londoners are regulars. For dessert, enjoy authentic Italian gelato made with fresh ingredients from the market at a local gelateria, then finish your feasting at an Irish pub where you can relax with a pint or an Irish coffee. Options for vegetarians and vegans are available and any food intolerances will be noted to provide the best personalized experience.

London: 3-Hour Soho History Private Tour

9. London: 3-Hour Soho History Private Tour

Soho has a diverse range of bars, clubs, restaurants, and venues for travelers, and your guide will share the spots that they know you’ll love, from the best-known clubs and cocktail bars to the hidden local gems. Stroll through a neighborhood, visit shops and galleries, stop at a trendy bar for a cocktail, or visit the places that locals in the know are fond of. Spend time getting to know your guide, and get some tips and recommendations for more things to do and see during your trip.

London's Festive Sights and Christmas Lights

10. London's Festive Sights and Christmas Lights

Join a like-minded local to explore the most festive parts of the city. You could stroll through the charming cobbled streets of Covent Garden or browse the Christmas markets along the south bank of the river, see the twinkling lights reflecting on the water, pick up some hand made crafts and gifts and indulge in some Christmas treats at alpine style chalets. See where the most magical Christmas light displays in the city are, and soak up the magic of London at Christmas time with a local who can show you hidden gems and share traditions with you. Enjoy a drink with your local as you warm up in a traditional pub - think a roaring fire, a tree twinkling with lights and lots of festive cheer! Your local will also give you suggestions for other areas of the city to explore and things to do that will keep your Christmas spirits up. If you choose to book this trip, you will be contacted and asked for your preferences for your tour. You will then be matched with a like-minded tour guide and a personal itinerary will be created just for you!

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Overall rating

3.8 / 5

based on 20 reviews

Our guide Jonesy was really friendly, knowledgeable and fun.The tour gave us a first hand experience about street art in East London, Brick Lane and Shoreditch with the relevant history and we also had an unexpected tutorial on how to get the best photos ever! Strongly recommended, whether you think you know the area or if you don’t, the food tour is also second to none with tips on where to taste the best. We are seriously considering going again at Easter!

Very enriching visit around liverpool street, East London, Becky our very dynamic and cultured English guide on the history of this district and the street art artists discovered

Very good tour. The guide was excellent (Marica Monti), pleasant company and great commentary on the city's history and sites. I highly recommend!

Great experience! I really recommend it for art lovers and those who want to tour the city off the beaten path.

Driver Sayed and tour guide Pablo were both excellent.