Friday, 26 February 2016

A Great Way To See and Learn About London


Mary, Fiona, Maxine & Noel in the London Walks office write… Every Monday & Friday we'll be sharing reviews of our London Walks written by London Walkers. Firstly, THANKS to all who have written to us down through the years, your kind words are greatly appreciated! Our guides don't solicit these reviews on our tours – we believe that this would be a waste of your time. That's what makes these reviews all the more special – they have been sent to us by genuine London Walkers who have given up their valuable time to drop us a line or two, or leave a comment on travel message boards & websites. Thanks everyone. For once, these really are reviews you can trust.

This from Nathan H - Malvern, PA…

My wife and I have taken number of London Walks, and enjoyed these immensely (during late 2013, and August 2015). Highlights have been Jack the Ripper (Don), Along the Thames Pub walk (Adam), the British Museum (Karen), Dickens and Shakespeare (David)... but the real show-stopper was Along the Thames Pub walk (Katy). I cannot recommend this one enough - history, pubs, and above all, laughs and general entertainment! (including unscripted moments with foxes, or police take-downs, where she never misses a beat) Other guides and walks have been really delightful, too (Richard III, Richard the Red Hat, Peter, Rex). This is a great way to see and learn about London. Thank you so much, London Walks!!

Mary, Fiona, Maxine & Noel reply: No! Thank YOU so much Nathan! How kind of you to take the time to drop us a line.

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