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Walks & Tours

The City of London has many faces.

It is the oldest part of London. It is the most modern one. It is filled with traditions and innovation. It is the smallest but the mightiest. It has many treasures and many secrets.

My walks and tours show you all this. From the Roman foundations to 21. century changes, from the Great Fire of London to the Blitz, from Shakespeare to Agatha Christie, from Christopher Wren to Norman Foster, from Guildhall Art Gallery to Sculpture in the City, from City churches to City gardens...

I'm working hard on the best offer you can get. In the meantime, contact me to ask what I can do for you.

See where curioCITY can take you.

 

CITY OF LONDON WALKS

For the first time this year  I am a member of the City of London Walks group, who lead walks daily all year round in all weather conditions.

As one of the City guides I take you for walks around the City. Join me in exploring the Square Mile, its history, people and places. Each walk has a specific topic and route best telling its story.

Each walk starts at the City Information Centre and lasts about 2 hours.

City Information Centre, St. Paul's Churchyard, EC4M 8BX, London      Opening times: Monday to Saturday 9:30am - 5:30pm/ Sunday 10am - 4pm

Tickets must be booked on Eventbrite (links below).

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LONDON'S BURNING

Walk about the greatest fires and devastation of the City of London, and City's resurrection after each of them.

More about the walk here.

DATE & TIME

Saturday 13 January  at 14:00

Saturday 20 January at 14:00

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ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL

Walk about animals, real and mythical, which have been part of City's life for centuries.

More about the walk here.

DATE & TIME

Sunday 4 & 11 February at 14:00

Sunday 3, 24, 31 March at 14:00

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ROMAN LONDON

Walk about the beginning of the City of London: its foundation, development and influence of today's Square Mile.

More about the walk here.

DATE & TIME

Thursday 8 February at 11:00

GUILDHALL ART GALLERY & ROMAN AMPHITHEATRE TOUR

Guildhall Art Gallery is a hidden gem in the centre of the City of London. Opened to public in 1886 it was an immediate hit.

No wonder. The Gallery has 4,500 pieces of art in its collections, which tell the story of the City and its people. The most important part of the Gallery is the Roman Amphitheathre - the biggest and oldest piece telling the story of City's beginnings.

Each tour lasts around 1.5 hours and starts outside the Gallery, in the Guildhall Yard.

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CITY IN 10 OBJECTS

This tour reveals City's history through lives of people, who were born here or played part in events, which shaped the City and its traditions, which are still alive today.

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GALLERY'S LADIES

This tour takes a closer look at women who contributed to the Gallery's collections. They were models, wives, lovers, daughters, activists, doctors, artists... We see their faces and their work in many corners of the Gallery. 

More walks & tours coming soon...

Why curioCITY?

 
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Flexibility

I offer standard walks and tours around the City for individuals and groups. I can tailor them to your needs: size of your group, your interests, accessibility, time and date.

Affordable Prices

I offer reasonable prices, reflecting the high standard of the walks and tours.

Contact me for more details.

Easy to Book

Group Variety

I offer easy booking and payment, including: credit and debit cards, contactless, online.

All to save your time which you can spend on discovering the City with me.

I offer walks and tours for up to 30 people. Minimum number is 5 for the walk or tour to go ahead.

I also offer bespoke walks and tours to school groups, corporate groups, groups of friends and families. Everybody is welcome.

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