We have 50 private, tailor-made walking tours in London for you to choose from. You choose the date, start time and duration. You can do the walk straight through or if you prefer you can have a break for a coffee, beer, loo stop, whatever. We usually meet you at the underground station that is most suitably located for the start of the walk, but if you prefer we can pick you up from your place of work, a restaurant, whatever. And likewise we can finish the walk at an underground station or drop you at a pub, restaurant, market, wherever. Our usual start and finish points can also be changed so that people who wish to keep the actual walking down to a minimum can be accommodated. Some of our tours can be compacted into a small area. This is ideal for groups of older people. And if none of our 20 present walks are quite what you’re looking for, take a look at our Other Walks section, which has a further 30 available. Or if you would like a completely bespoke walk, just let us know what you would like.
All walks are led by our owner; public speaker, historian and historical novel author, Ian Porter. He’s a Londoner whose enthusiasm for telling people about the history of his home town is so evident in his guiding. And because he does so many walks, he never gets stale from doing the same walk repeatedly.
We think we’ve covered pretty much all of London’s most interesting places and most fascinating history. And we always plan our routes so that our tours are quite simply nice walks. We avoid busy main roads and will take you across a leafy square or down an intriguing alley whenever we can.
We have a minimum charge for our walks of £90 for up to 10 people, with additional people £9 per person. That’s not to say fewer can’t book. If there’s only 5 of you and you’re happy to pay £18 a head, that’s fine.