Saturday, 23 January 2016

Drink London! Historical Pub Walking Tour

Taste some of London's finest brews in 4 of the city's most historic pubs, inns, and alehouses
Discover hidden backstreets and learn quirky history along the route
Journey from the ancient heart of the city to the bright lights of the West End, following in the footsteps of Shakespeare and Dickens
Travel in a small group with a local leader to help you discover the real London
Visit London's "must-see" pubs including the last remaining galleried coaching inn, an Art Nouveau gem and grand Victorian gin palace

Says cheers to London and explore some of the city’s most historic pubs, taverns and alehouses. Follow in the footsteps of Dickens and others. Drink some of the city’s finest brews as you walk from historic Southwark to the bright lights of the West End.
What to Expect

Enjoy an afternoon stroll through London's liquid history, pausing to quench your thirst in 4 of the city's most historic pubs. This 4-hour tour of some of the city’s finest alehouses follows in the footsteps of legendary city chroniclers, such as Charles Dickens.

You will take a gentle 2 mile walk through some of London’s ancient streets, departing from London Bridge in historic Southwark, and enjoying fine views, quirky history, and a drink or two along the way. Stop at no less than 4 different pubs to quench your thirst, with visits to taverns that date back as far as 1549.

The small group provides a more personal touch and local feel, and the trip will finish close to the Strand and Covent Garden, where you will be a short walk from the theaters, shops, and restaurants of London’s West End. Not to mention even more historic pubs if you want to carry on your liquid tour of London on your own…
What's Included

What's Not Included

Food and drinks
Meeting Point

Meet your guide at London Bridge Rail Station, outside Caffè Nero Express at the end of Platform 10.


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