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London: Hidden City Electric Scooter Tour

1. London: Hidden City Electric Scooter Tour

Join a guided tour of London by electric scooter and unravel the peculiar side of this city. Hear bizarre stories, learn quirky facts, and visit unknown locations as you weave your way through London’s streets. Before you set out on your adventure, receive an in-depth safety briefing and lesson on how to ride an e-scooter. Rest assured that all tour routes have been e-scooter optimized, making use of scooter-friendly roads and plenty of bicycle lanes. Then, scoot your way through the city of London and see sights like Smithfield Market, St Bartholomew the Great church, and Cheapside. Follow your guide off the beaten track and unearth the city’s secrets along the way. Whether it’s 800-year-old pubs or secret societies, your guide will leave no stone unturned as they lift the lid on the eccentric and peculiar side of London.

Historic London Pubs Tour 1 - The Pub Crawl

2. Historic London Pubs Tour 1 - The Pub Crawl

A Pub Crawl, so named in the finest English tradition because in the old days and indeed not so old days, pub drinkers would stop off for a drink at as many pubs as they could until they were reduced to crawling between venues. This traditional pub walk will visit some of the finest old pubs in London.  Each one with a very different atmosphere and history but all sharing a fine offering of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks in a wonderful building. From the fringes of the East End, visit pubs in Clerkenwell and Farringdon before going to some truly historic pubs in Holborn and Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Visit 6 old pubs, all of them going back to The Great Fire of London and some even earlier, each with their own character and history to tell. Enjoy an unhurried drink in a very special and unspoiled location just as Londoners do.

London: The Great Fire Historic Private Walking Tour

3. London: The Great Fire Historic Private Walking Tour

The journey begins at The Monument to the Great Fire where a costumed guide meets the walkers and guests: the beginning is the start of the fire on the fateful night in September 1666. Next, delight in the story of fast food in London. Continuing into the city, the fire and the story covers the banks and what they did to survive.....then the journey continues to the main shopping district of the time.... Whilst walking take in the modern city whilst learning the story of London's perilous journey while the fire grew into an unstoppable conflagration: St. Paul's is a stop off for taking in the part of Christopher Wren both in the building of the cathedral and in the rebuild From St. Paul's to Gilspur St, the journey covers the and the blame and who, or what the Great Fire is attributed to.

Other Sightseeing Options in Smithfield Market

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