If you can walk or cycle into the City of London/Shoreditch or Westminster then you can safely enjoy one of our walks
London may never be this quiet again, take advantage of it now
Small groups of up to six people
Special lockdown rates of £15 per person
Email Andi to book for October or November
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Much like today, a thousand years ago, Shoreditch was a playground for the younger generation. Shakespeare's first play was performed in this area, outside of the old city walls, and it was the site of the first social housing estate.
On this walk, we will head to the theatre, check out some outstanding street art, and indulge in one of Brick Lane market's famous bagels.
Bridges, roads and walls.
Although it might seem like a bustling, modern city, much of Roman London survives, and you can still experience it today. Stroll along a Roman pavement. Explore the Roman ampitheatre (albeit without the public executions, animal fighting and gladiator battles of times gone by). Touch a 2,000 year old wharf post from the original London Bridge, preserved by the water of the Thames. And see some of the surviving streets from the first Roman London.
A walking tour of London is, in my humble opinion, the finest way to see the incredible sights and secrets that London has to offer. It's also a superb way to get your bearings before heading off to explore this intoxicating city on your own.
When the days get shorter and the nights get darker, the streets invite us to come looking for ghosts.
London is bubbling to the brim with dark alleyways which tell ghoulish tales and a heinous history. The Westminster Ghost Walk is sure to thrill you.
Whitehall – London's political heart – is a place brimming with history, and one of my personal favourites. Even if you are familiar with Whitehall, this tour will reveal hidden gems and surviving fragments of history that are easy to miss.
Learning these secrets of the past will give you a whole new perspective on London.
Of course, we will encounter Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace. When walking down Whitehall, we will walk past 10 Downing Street, which has been the home to over fifty British Prime Ministers. We will follow this with a wander through St James's to meet the pelicans.
Find out why there's a swamp at the side of the river, what is so special about Henry VIII's Whitehall Palace, and learn about the heart of a great empire. Everyday London Walks puts together the puzzle of this exciting city.
Due to Covid 19 restrictions, small groups only and a maximum of two bubbles, please email
Or text 07786513829 to book/check availability
Each tour takes approximately 2 hours
Cost £18 per person
All routes are fully accessible and carers are free
Walks will go ahead despite the weather so please bring suitable clothing Starting point will be given when you book
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Andi is full of great stories, accommodating and is very passionate about his city, London.
We went to both his Whitehall and his Ghost walk a few months later
(the latter one is very good especially as Halloween is approaching now). Recommended!
Mira VL, October 2019
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour. From the booking process right through to the tour itself everything was very good.
Andi was always very responsive to any questions that we had prior to the tour and was also flexible and gracious when we had to make rearrangements.
The tour itself was very interesting and Andi's enthusiasm for the areas we visited and the stories he told was infectious -
He clearly knows his stuff and loves his job! I would have no hesitation in recommending Everyday London Walks to both tourists and London residents alike.
David Singleton, June 2019
Andi was a superb guide, very knowledgeable and very friendly. I'd recommend him.
Lynn Baker, April 2019
Last night we went on The Westminster Ghost Walk with four visiting
Dutch teenagers. We had an amazing, exhilarating and spooky time. The
teenagers loved the stories and the insights into parts of London they
recognised, but didn't know that well. For Gill and myself, even after
living in London for 40 years or more, we discovered things about this
part of London we had never seen before. Andi's knowledge is extensive,
his stories are brilliant and his enthusiasm is infectious. Highly
recommended for visitors and residents.
Jinne Stiksma, Jan 2019
Andi was a friendly and enthusiastic guide with loads of interesting stories to share,
very knowledgeable about the hidden London history we walk past every day! Recommended.
Rob Sambrooks, Sept 2018
Thoroughly enjoyed the walk, Andi is a lovely guy and he's extremely knowledgeable.
Nichola Folan, Aug 2018
Loved our guided walking tour this morning with Andi for London History Day.
Naomi Kilby, May 2018
Had the pleasure of being on the Whitehall Walk with Andy this week. Really interesting knowledgeable tour very well given.
Look forward to going on the Ghost Walk in the future.
Brenda and John Ahrens, March 2018
I joined Andi on the Whitehall Walk. I'm English and have worked in and visited London many times but still learned much
from the clever placing of historical fact with historical place. I enjoyed it so much, I signed up for Andi's Ghost walk
and am happy to report I was not disappointed.
John Hatswell, Feb 2018
It was a unique experience. Thanks again you were really good.
Alba Maria Azorin Segura, Jan 2018
I really enjoyed the ghost walk last night! Andi is full of London knowledge. Thanks!
Lucy Mitchell, Nov 2017
Jennet & I did the Ghosts, Poltergeist & Body-snatchers walk. It was really atmospheric & Andy's knowledge is encyclopaedic.
We both enjoyed ourselves & highly recommend this walk. We loved walking through the narrow alleys & byways.
Mary da Silva, August 2017
What a fabulous morning! Andi is a fantastic guide, with anecdotes, stories and facts about the well-known landmarks of London.
Starting at Westminster and finishing up at Buckingham Palace two hours later, we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and it was very reasonably priced!
10 out of 10.
Gemma Kedwell, Jan 2017
Hi, my name is Andi and I am chief tour guide for Everyday London. I have lived here for thirty years and love London and its history.
I have a great deal of experience leading tours, from open top buses to guided coach trips, tours around museums, visitor attractions and at the Royal Albert Hall.
I provide walking tours that combine history and sightseeing which are a great experience for visitors and Londoners alike.