About Small-Group Evening Walking Tour of London with Fi
Experience 2,000 years of British history in just three hours! On this guided tour through London, you’ll see all the classic sights before enjoying a typical British dinner of fish and chips. Your professional guide will lead you around one of the world’s most important historical and cultural cities. As you travel from Big Ben to St Paul's Cathedral to the London Bridge, you will hear interesting stories from the Roman settlement to present-day London.
Numbers are limited to 15 people on this small-group walking tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.
This small-group evening walking tour of classic London attractions starts in the heart of London; follow the River Thames from east to west, taking in the great sights of the British capital before ending your tour with a quintessential London dish – fish and chips.
London's impact on world history and culture is second to no other city on Earth. London has seen Celts, Romans, Anglo-Saxons and Normans, and now people from across the world come and leave their mark on the capital, creating a uniquely varied city of amazing contrasts. Roman walls sit next to Norman castles, Victorian Bridges next to towering glass skyscrapers, and through it all runs the great River Thames.
The city’s 2,000 years of history will come to life as you pass the remains of Roman London and the 1,000-year-old Tower of London, and cross one of the most recognizable bridges in the world, Tower Bridge.
As you walk, your expert guide will recount stories that put in context such London sights as London Bridge, Borough Market, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, the Tate Modern, St Paul's Cathedral, the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
While the guided walk is in no way strenuous, you’ll work up an appetite for a classic London dinner – fish and chips. Fish and chips, a firm British favorite for more than 150 years, consists of a piece of cod, deep-fried in a beer batter so that it’s soft and succulent in the middle with a crisp shell, served with thick, perfectly cooked chips and tartar sauce. You will enjoy your dinner in one of London’s best fish and chip shops, an authentic, off-the-beaten-path place that stays true to the dish's working-class origins.