These London walks show you the best routes for your self-guided sightseeing tour to Big Ben & Co. This huge metropolis offers many areas that are perfectly suitable to explore by foot. The city-walks routes will help you to discover these areas in a relaxed way and experience the top attractions of London by foot.
On the detail pages of the self-guided walks you will find a free PDF walking map for download and printing! Simply save this map on your Smartphone or make a printout for on the way. So you will be able to focus on your sightseeing tour and explore the attractions of London.
This route from city-walks runs mainly on pedestrian paths without traffic. Like the section along the Thames and the two pedestrian bridges on the route. In this part you will have a beautiful view across the vastness of the river Thames and in good weather conditions even a little feeling of southern flair may arise.
But the sightseeing will also not be neglected at this walk. Come along to St Paul's Cathedral, one of the largest churches in London. Stroll by the Freemasons' Hall, a building which is the headquarters of the mysterious Freemasons organization. Enjoy the vibrant bustle of Covent Garden, an entertainment district with many shops, restaurants and cafes ...
This route starts on the lively Piccadilly Circus and leads you across the boulevard The Mall to the Horse Guards Parade square. If you start your walk at a certain time you will be able to see the Changing of the Guard there.
Among the sightseeing highlights of this walking tour through the London borough of Westminster you will find the Big Ben with its characteristic bell sound, the impressive building of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey church and the well-known Buckingham Palace. St. James's Park and Green Park on the route offer good opportunities if you want to rest and relax on your self-guided tour.