Historic London Tour

Language English
Price 200 GBP for tour
Capacity Group of up to 10 people
Duration 3 hours

London dates back to AD43 when the Roman’s forded the great river Tamesis at a site near modern London Bridge. Roman London grew to be the biggest centre of commerce and administration within the Roman Empire North of the Alps.

Taking you on a light-hearted study of the history and growth of London from it’s Roman beginnings to the sprawling metropolis it is today.

Your tour will include a visit to the remains of the Roman Amphitheatre within the Guildhall Art Gallery which is also home to the City of London’s copy of the Magna Carta.

Taking in the UNESCO World Heritage site at the Tower of London, one of three in London, before talking you through the Great Fire of London which gave rise to the rebirth of many buildings including St Paul’s cathedral, possibly the largest memorial to the devastation left behind the fire.

This 3-hour tour really does get underneath the surface of modern London unearthing the historic timeline that hides behind the modern skyscrapers.

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