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All guided walks last approximately 90 minutes and cost £10 per person
Concessions £7-50p. Children free

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Knight on horseback  more Royal Connections

This is a linear walk from the Monument to the Great Fire of London to Somerset House exploring the Royal Connections en route.
Nags Head Kinnerton Street more Hidden Knightsbridge.

A walk from Hyde Park Corner to South Kensington using attractive mews and passing quaint pubs.
City of London Guildhall more Heart of the City 

On this walk you will see all the important buildings including the Bank of England, The Mansion House, Guildhall and hear about their functions and traditions.
Horses on forecourt of Minster Court more Financial City

This walk starts off with financial statistics to explain London's position as capital of the financial world but soon covers a variety of financial situations with some humour.
One Coleman Street more Modern Architecture.

This walk visits the exterior of  a large selection of modern buildings in the City of London.
Tower of London more Around the Tower.

This walk does NOT go around the tower.   Instead it explores the eastern part of the City of London an area not regularly covered by City Guides
Embankment Gardens more Close to Charing Cross.

This walk explores the detail around Charing Cross and includes Embankment Gardens Whitehall and the Mall.
The Shard more Close to Cannon Street.

This walk goes along Cannon Street towards the Tower of London and returns by the riverside.  The amount of detail and historical interest contained in the area is amazing
St Johns Gate more Surrounding Smithfield
This is not a tour of Smithfield Market but instead visits sites as diverse as an execution site and Janet Street Porters House.
Apothecaries Hall more Fascinating Fleet Street.
xplore the alleyways, passages and courtyards of the 'street of ink and drink'
Prince Fredricks barge more Greenwich Highlights.

On this walk you will see the most important buildings of historic Greenwich and visit some interiors.
Somerset House more Palaces, Temples and Courts.

This walk looks at Somerset House in detail before continuing to the Inner and Middle Temples, two of the Inns of Court and goes behind the Royal Courts of Justice where there are shops of historical interest.
Leadenhall Market more London Olde and New

This walk starts at the monument to the Great Fire of London.  From there it continues to Broadgate passing through the Victorian Leadenhall Market, and on to an area of bright new high tech architecture but on the way it dips into the alleys and courtyards of the old Jewish quarter.
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Gentlemens Clubs and posh shops  

This walk visits the exterior of the grand Palladian architecture of the Gentlemen's clubs of St James's and the posh shops there and in Piccadilly. It also includes visits to hidden small streets, courtyards and a former mews.
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Flags and Fugitives

This walk  visits locations involved with spies, fugitives, a murder and other conflicts.  If that sounds too serious it has some lighter moments.
All Hallows by the Tower more The Rise and Rise of London

This walk explains how historical events from the arrival of the Romans to the current age have determined how and where the skyline of London has evolved.