1. London: Hidden Powers Walking Tour
Learn about Britain's cultural and economic influence on the rest of the world on a walking tour of London. Your guide will tell you how Britain influences the world and why the English language has become international. As you walk through the city's most important streets, find out about the British institutions that shape the global balance of power. Meet your guide at the Banqueting House on Whitehall and walk to the British Council. Continue to Chatham House and hear about secret political rule. See the high council of Freemasonry and discover the history of the symbol they use. Visit the place that was the Ministry of Information during WWII and New Scotland Yard, the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police Service. Go to 10 Downing Street, where Prime Ministers had lived since 1732. Take the tube to Bracken House, where your guide will explain to you why Winston Churchill's face features on its clock. Enjoy walking through the City of London, the oldest part of London, before your guide takes you to the London Stock Exchange, where your tour will end.