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Walking around London is the best way to get to know the city. Along the way, you can stop at many famous places that offer free admission.
We have put together a list of links for you to the various websites that offer free self-guided walks of London and some free led walks as well:
London Walks offers free, downloadable walking tours for your iPod, iPad, iPhone smartphone or other MP3 device. You can hear the sounds of London as you walk. Directions, walking routes, and the history of London and the buildings and sights you pass are all featured as the walks progress. The downloads are free, but you can donate $25 to receive a disk containing all walks.
South Bank London has five guides in the “Walk This Way” series that explore intriguing pockets of architecture and history along the River Thames.
Walk London has worked with the local authorities to develop an impressive network of quality walking routes. This site has something to offer whether you are looking for a place to feed the ducks, a short stroll in your lunch hour, or an energetic walk to pep you up.
Walk4Life has free led walks all over London on the weekend of Saturday January 28 2011 and Sunday January 29 2011
The Magician offers a free Harry Potter Walk of London. They will email you a booklet that you can download and print off. You can then follow the Harry Potter London walk step by step.
London For Free has information and maps for various free self-guided walking tours. Each one covers a different part of London. Simply choose the area you want to explore, print the walk, and go London sightseeing for free.
Walking for Health has all the latest news, events, and other useful information to get you walking in the capital.
Time Out – London Walks offers printable PDF walking guides for north, east, south, and west London.
London Gardens Trust offers a way to explore the lesser-known gardens and green spaces in the capital. Using their guides, you will discover a range of garden squares, small parks, churchyards and community gardens, which together reflect the history of London from Roman times to the present day.
Walks of London is the website of Richard Jones who has been a pioneering figure on the London walking tour scene for the last 25 years. His website is a great resource for information about free London walks.
London Tool Kit offers free self-guided walking tours of London. Their four walks cover the main areas of Central London that a first-time visitor will want to cover.
So take a walk around London, and see what the Capital has to offer. There are some fabulous places to explore and some great walks connecting them. You’ll be surprised just how much you can cover and just how much more you will see by walking.
And don’t forget to look up! The best part of London’s architecture is not at street level!
If walking London is not for you, maybe a tour of London in a comfortable and iconic London taxi would be just the thing.
We offer several Taxi Tours of London, as well as tours of the surrounding countryside:
If you would like to contact us, you can:
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We are also a full-service London Black Taxi company:
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