1. Dickensian London – 

Find Dickensian London by investigating the city that was Dickens’ home and motivation. Starting at 48 Doughty Street, presently the area of the Charles Dickens Museum, this independently directed visit unites significant scenes from Dickens’ work with spots that assumed a critical job in his very own life. Investigate Saffron Hill, the area of Fagin’s cave in Oliver Twist, the Old Bailey, the setting for the preliminary of Magwitch in Great Expectations and Wood Street – where 10-year-old Charles Dickens landed in London out of the blue.


  1. Lawful London – 

The zone among Embankment and Fleet Street is the home of the gowned and wigged English lawyer. Saturated with history, the Inns of Court have been the setting for some lawful and illicit occasions, and the London Walking Tours guided stroll here expects to uncover all. Starting at Gray’s Inn, where Charles Dickens once rehearsed as an agent, the walk weaves its way through the time-bolted paths and squares that have seen probably the most essential occasions in English history.


  1. Roman London – 

Return in time with the Museum of London’s strolling voyage through Londinium. This restrictive walk investigates 400 years of Roman London, visiting a portion of the city’s obscure yet most huge disclosures, just available with a Museum of London control. Find the biggest flawless survives from the Roman west gatehouse, covered up underneath one of the city’s vehicles leaves; visit the as of late found Roman open bathhouse at Upper Thames Street, and find out about the life of a combatant at London’s Roman amphitheater. The walk closes at the Museum of London, where the most significant array of Roman relics from the city is in plain view.


  1. Regal Greenwich – 

The Greenwich Tour Guide Association offers an everyday program of guided strolls through Greenwich with nearby specialists. The organization’s Royal Greenwich Meridian Walk is a relaxing visit through Greenwich Park, London’s most established Royal Park and a most loved of King Henry VIII. Walkers later visit the spot where common time starts at the recreation center’s Royal Observatory, before consummation their stroll in Greenwich town. The Greenwich Tour Guide Association likewise offer recorded strolls on the neighborhoods and military history, just as the historical backdrop of Greenwich riverside.

  1. Great Fire of London – 

Pursue the trail of the Great Fire of London, the most famous flame ever, as you find out about the city in 1666. Beginning along the Thames north bank, this independently directed walk recounts the tale of the five-day burst, visiting the site of London’s most well-known milestones that were demolished en route. Climb the 311 stages of the Monument to the Great Fire at Pudding Lane, where the burst began, find out about the restricted lanes and timber-encircled houses that fuelled the blast and visit the tourist spots that were remade following the pulverization. This walk closes at the Golden Boy at Pie Corner, where the flame finished.