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London Walks - Breezy Britain - A Walking London Adventure

CareFree Tours's qualified tour guides are true professionals and organize frequent and excellent day or evening walking tours of London from your hotel such as:Financial District: The City of London . Just for your group up to 25 partecipants or individuals who will enjoy the discovery of hidden and unusual parts of London in addition to the most well known and historic places!

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  1. London in One day. Fully escorted by a professional tour guide
  2. Contemporary Architecture and London Urban Developments
  3. History and Architecture London walking tour
  4. National Gallery or let your tour guide advice you & then decide
  5. Celebrity London Tours where the famous lived in london
  6. Docklands, Ghostly Port of London or Bridges 1 Mile Walk
  7. London themed car tours with your own tour guide
  8. British Museum And Master Painters Gallery Tour
  9. Hire a Westminster Professional London Tour Guide
  10. Walking Tour of Cambridge Colleges and Round Church
  11. Hire a Specialist tour guide

NB: Transport facilities and historic places have partial accessibility to wheelchair users. When requested, meals, entrance fees, public transport ticket will be provided at cost. Tour guide fees are fixed. From 1 to 25 pax the price is the same. The only price difference is between 1/2 day & full day tours.
Additional list of the best London Walking Tours:

A Ghostly Walk through Legal London - A Lover's Guide to Greenwich - A river runs through it - A Thames River Walk - Asparagus and aristocrats - Beatles' London - Belgravia - Bethnal Green to Brick Lane - Blackfriars & Sir Anthony van Dyck - Blackheath - Bloomsbury - its buildings, squares and people - Bloomsbury and the Foundling Museum - Bow - British Black History - Camden Unlocked - Canary Wharf - City Churches - Clapham - Cockney Reminiscences - Contrasts on the City borders - Dickens' London - East End Markets - East London Parks and Gardens - Elizabeth David's Chelsea - Epping Forest - Financial City - Finding Neverland - Fitzrovia - From Royalty to Artists - From the Cockneys to the Krays - Greenwich Old and New - Greenwich: Where Time Begins - Hampstead - Village London - Heart of Hackney - In Search of Sherlock Holmes - Island Exploration - It's not all S** in Soho - Jack the Ripper - Jamestown 400th Anniversary - Kilburn and the side roads - Ladies of Note - Legal London - Leyton & Leytonstone - Little Venice - Londinium - The Roman City - London Fields to Spitalfields - London Under London - Londongrad - Mayfair and Handelís House - Monarchs and Gentlemen of St James's - More London - Multicultural Brixton - Notting Hill - Old Jewish East End - Plagues, priories and Janet Street-Porter - Pottery, Philanthropy, Princes and Politics - Regent's Park - Royal and Maritime Greenwich - Royal Docks - Royal Kensington - Rushes from The Bush - Secret Southwark - Shoreditch & Hoxton - Silks and Spice - South Bank - Sovereigns, Sailors, Skulls and Shipwrights - Statues and memorials of the famous and forgotten - Stepping out in Stepney - Stratford East - Symmetry, satire and shoe polish - Thames River - Pirates Walk - The Beat Goes On - The Big Knickers Walk - The Canary Wharf Story - The East End Old & New - The Great Fire of London - The James Bond Walk - The Mayfair Mitfords - The Peace Walk The Rotherhithe Peninsula - The Statues of STONEHEART - The Village on the Hill - Theatrical London - Three Mills to Stratford - Tower Hill to Wapping - Turner, Tobacco and a Mystic Swede - Virginia Woolf's London - Walter Sickert's Camden Town - Wanstead - Westminster Politics - Whores, Rakes and Greasepaint in the Stews of Covent Garden - Will On The Hill - William Morris to Walthamstow Village - Women Behaving Badly

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