Free London Walking Tours – an organization providing walking journeys to explore London – have introduced 3 free journeys each day, whose average duration is 2 hours. Joining these tours, tourists can visit the most famous destination in London with only some tips for tour guides.
According to Mr. Andrew Gray – Free London Walking Tours’ Director, taking Royal London Walk, visitors will walk for 2 hours from 10:30 a.m to visit 3 palaces and Westminster Abbey – one of the most famous religious buildings in the United Kingdom which was reconiged as the world hesitage site in 1987.
The tour’s last destination is Big Ben – the Great Bell of the clock of the Palace of Westminster in London and also one of London’s symbols.
Starting at 14:30 p.m, this tour helps tourists explore the left side of the Thames, following the great writer Shakespeare to the Globe Theater. You also have a chance to visit the giant skyscraper – The Shard, the St Paul’s Cathedral, and Southwark area.
It is said that all London’s history can be seen on streets at the Southbark area – the city’s center. Here, images of the past and the present are mixed and you can even predict London’s futures.
The contrast between buildings surrounding wards, bridges appearing suddenly, downgraded warehouses and constructions renovated into modern ones along the river’s bank, etc. will bring about a new impression. The other well-known tourist attractions are also located in this area, such as London Tower, London Bridge, etc.
Whereas, Borough market will slows down your steps by different cuisines’ smells flying pervasively in the air, which is enough to arouse walkers’ smell.
When the sun is setting, tourists can take the walking journey starting at 18:30 p.m. During 2 hours, you will discover less well-known places having a rich history that every tourist wants to approach.
Those are dark streets which were famous for mysterious murders of “Jack butcher”. That is also haunted buildings. Among them, London Dungeon is the creepiest place in London and the place holding Halloween programs each year.
This dungeon is the witness of countless terrible events in London’s history. You will feel creepy when come to visit cellars beneath London Bridge at night.
However, Mr. Andrew Gray also notices that tourists could be exhausted if taking part in all 3 journeys in one day. Therefore, Free London Walking Tours usually limits the visitors into small groups with fewer than 6 persons per a group.