We love delivering walking tours in London

We know we can't always be available when you wanting to do a London walking tour.

To help you explore London on your own terms we have now developed a selection of self-guided walking tours in London for you. 

Explore London in your own time

It's so easy.

No additional software needed, just Safari browser with your location services activated.

Can be used on multiple devices at the same time, perfect for couples, families and small groups. 

When you reach each point on the map, information will automatically be activated presented with video and written highlights. You will need headphones. Best to take a battery pack with you too!

Financial London Virtual Tour

Money makes the world go around.

The City of London is one of the world's greatest financial centres. Uncover the people and places which created the beginnings of this modern financial centre.

Walk amongst some of the city's most secluded alleyways and iconic modern buildings.

Discover how coffeehouses were the forerunners of today's trading floors.


First-class - Johnathan 25/2/2021

London Guided Walks are first-class guides, very informative and full of interesting facts. I am looking forward to another walk in the near future. Really interesting to do it as self-guided. It gives you more flexibility.

Super professional - Justin - 23/3/2021

The self-guided walk is professionally run, well-researched and conducted with a genuine enthusiasm for the subject through the videos and the challenges proposed during the traject. I learned so much about the financial centre.

Interesting and entertaining - Mike 10/2/2021

This was such an interesting and entertaining insight into an aspect of London’s history we knew little about. They shared their considerable knowledge with great enthusiasm. Many thanks.

Regent's Canal Tour

Discover the history of the Regent's Canal, between Angel Islington and London Fields, Hackney.

Hear about its history as an industrial area with slum housing. Find out how it has been rejuvenated over the last 20 years with boaters, tasteful canal side conversions, floating gardens and street art.

See where greats of the entertainment business Marie Lloyd and Alfred Hitchcock made their breakthrough.

Finish your walk with some shopping or a bite to eat in vibrant Broadway Market. Market day is Saturday but the shops there are open throughout the week.

If you want to explore London from your own home, check out out Pay & Play Virtual Tours 


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