Walk London's self-guided walking tours pass the very best of London's world famous and historic attractions ensuring you make the most of your visit to London.
Each walk has a visitor attraction guide with an interactive map. For your comfort and relaxation you will find a variety of refreshment and resting stops on all our sightseeing walks.
The central London walks can easily be split or linked together so you can tour from 30 minutes to a whole day. Pick a route on how much time you have or what you want to see, ideal for everyone - tourists, visitors and Londoners.
London has been the home to the Kings and Queens of England for over 1000 years. Walking though London you can see and visit Royal Palaces and Grand Houses used by
monarchs past and present.
Walk down narrow cobbled streets to discover 2000 years of architectural history from Roman remains through to the latest award winning and tallest buildings in Europe.
On our central London walks you can visit some of the most prestigious museums and galleries in the world which house a wide range of historic, cultural and artistic treasures and artefacts.
A centre of world culture with permanent and temporary exhibitions, shows and events London has more international visitors than any other city in the world.
With numerous parks and gardens London is the ‘greenest’ city in the world. Walk for miles on a picturesque footpath through four Royal Parks from Westminster to Kensington.
Statues of world figures and Monuments dedicated to historic events can been seen thoughout London, some internationally famous, others less well known.
Where East meets West on the prime Meridian freedom of speech and religious worship from across the world is demonstrated in London’s ancient Abbeys, Cathedrals, Churches, Mosques, and Temples.
With a diverse range of peoples and cultures London is one of the top culinary capitals in the world, with 1000's of restaurants there are menus from every continent.
St James Park → Clarence House → Buckingham Palace → The Royal Mews → Constitution Hill → Wellington Arch (Hyde Park Corner) → Apsley House (No 1 London) → Hyde Park → Serpentine Gallery → Diana Princess of Wales Memorial → Albert Memorial → Royal Albert Hall → Kensington Gardens → Kensington Palace
Houses of Parliament → Big Ben → 10 Downing Street → Horse Guards → Trafalgar Square and Nelsons Column → National Gallery → National Portrait Gallery → Pall Mall → The Mall → Admiralty Arch → Clarence House → Buckingham Palace → The Royal Mews → St James Park → Cabinet War Rooms → Westminster Abbey
Westminster Bridge → South Bank Lion → County Hall (London Aquarium)→ London Eye → South Bank Centre (Royal Festival Hall Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Rooms, Poetry Library) → National Theatre → National Film Institute → Gabriel's Wharf → OXO Tower and Centre → Tate Modern → Shakespeare's Globe → Millennium Bridge → St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral → Guild Hall → St Stephen Walbrook → London Stone → Bank of England → Royal Exchange → Leadenhall Market → Lloyds of London → No 1 St Mary's Axe (Gherkin) → Monument (Pudding Lane, Great Fire of London)
Monument → London Bridge → Southwark Cathedral → Borough Market and Shard → Clink Prison Museum → Golden Hinde → London Bridge Experiance → Hay's Galleria → Britain at War→ London Dungeon → H.M.S. Belfast → City Hall → Shad Thames → Design Museum → Butlers Wharf → Tower Bridge → St Katherines Dock → Tower of London → Monument (Great Fire of London)