Choose The London Storyteller to discover the city’s most iconic locations and the secret stories that make London the finest city on earth!
This three hour privately guided walking tour is designed for visitors who want to explore London for the first time and experience its highlights mixed with stories about the people, places and personalities who make London what it is.
Our guests will see famous London locations including Buckingham Palace, the Houses Of Parliament, 10 Downing Street, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathederal and the infamous Tower Of London.
We’ll also show you impressive views of the city to help you take in London’s rapidly changing skyline. You can choose a time and date that suits for you. We can even customise the tour so that it is tailored by contacting The London Storyteller directly at email@example.com.
Starting in London’s famous Mayfair district at Green Park Station, our starting point is easily accessible by bus and by the London underground network.
You’ll see where the Queen lives at Buckingham Palace and the neighbourhood that the British royal family call home along the grandest of all roads in London.
London’s most iconic public space, home to some of the finest art galleries in the world and great victory column celebrating the life of Admiral Lord Nelson.
We’ll visit Number 10 Downing Street where the British Prime Minister lives, as well as Westminster Abbey and the Houses Of Parliament to discover the historic centre of Britain’s political establishment.
Crossing the great river Thames the tour explores along the riverbank to see highlights including the London Eye ferris wheel, the Southbank arts quarter including the National Theatre and the Oxo tower.
We know a perfect spot for a quick rest, you can choose between ice cream or a traditional English pie, in a quiet relaxing spot. Refreshments are included in the tour price, all you need to do is to choose!
We’ll take you to a viewing platform offering a 360 degree view of the city, we’ll see Shakespeare’s theatre before crossing the river again across London’s newest bridge of its 33 crossings.
We’ll visit the wonder of London’s greatest cathedral and explore the story of the great fire of London, taking in a monument that was also a telescope
Nearly a millenium stands between them in age but our final stops are two of London’s most iconic and offer superb photo opportunities for you to help round up your tour with memories that you can keep for life!