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London: Piccadilly and Soho Beer Bike Tour

1. London: Piccadilly and Soho Beer Bike Tour

Enjoy a wee toast on a unique beer bike tour through the streets of London. Travel in style and experience London’s famous landmarks in a completely different way. Raise a toast with your companions as you go on a 1 or 2-hour tour.  During your experience, cycle to local, world-famous pubs in London for a pint. Join a tour that has played host to James Corden, the Late Late Show, and the cast of Dark Phoenix. An onboard guide and barman will point out the sights and keep the drinks flowing. Drinks are not included but feel free to bring your own.

Central London Bar Crawl and Nightlife Tour

2. Central London Bar Crawl and Nightlife Tour

Live and feel the pulse of London's famous nightlife with this action-packed bar and club crawl through the city's West End (Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Soho)! Enjoy free entry to five of the city's best bars and clubs, and get to the know the London nightlife for yourself. Make your way through the best spots in Piccadilly, Leicester Square, and Soho, and at each venue, enjoy a complimentary shot to help you get in the party mood. Get to know fellow travelers or London locals, as well as your cheeky but charming guides, as you enjoy great drinks deals all night. Drinking in London doesn't have to be expensive, you just have to know where to be and who to go there with.

London: Cheese Walking Tour with Tastings

3. London: Cheese Walking Tour with Tastings

Spend an afternoon exploring London on a cheese-themed guided walking tour. Sample some cheesy treats, learn about the capital’s relationship to cheese, and put your cheese knowledge to the test. Meet your guide in Mayfair by the Statue of Goddess Diana. Then, walk over to Fortnum & Mason’s legendary cheese counter, where you will tuck into some of London’s finest blue cheese. The department store has been serving cheese for over 300 years and sells tonnes of Stilton every December. It even provides the royals with their dairy fix. During the tour, put your cheese expertise to the test with a fully interactive cheese trivia quiz, the “QUIZtro Formaggio.” Next, head to London’s little-known Little Italy. Nothing quite beats a great wine paired with cheese, and here you will try "drunk cheeses"! Devour lots of other dairy delights before completing your cheese adventure in Covent Garden.

London: The Soho Pub Walking Experience

4. London: The Soho Pub Walking Experience

Discover the bustling streets of Soho and visit five traditional London pubs each with its own individual history and distinctive character. Sample some of the finest beers, ales, wines, and spirits that the capital city has to offer. Soft drinks are also available for those that prefer. Rub shoulders with locals and tourists alike in typical London fashion "down the boozer". You will hear enthralling tales of Soho’s colorful past, from Karl Marx to Paul McCartney, and find out why today Soho has become London’s favorite neighborhood. Absorb the magnetic atmosphere of probably the most cosmopolitan neighborhood of London, where there is never a dull moment. At the conclusion of your experience, your tour will end back at Piccadilly Circus Station.

London: Sex, Drugs and Rock'n'Roll/The Early Years Tour

5. London: Sex, Drugs and Rock'n'Roll/The Early Years Tour

Rock music was born and raised in the tiny backstreets and alleys of Soho. It’s here you find basement clubs, rehearsal rooms, pubs and recording studios where the bands made their first tentative steps towards stardom. Wind your way through the narrow, winding streets of what is London’s entertainment district. See the clubs, recording studios, early gig sites and places where your fav bands hung out to eat/drink. Artists include Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bowie, Elton John, Led Zep, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet, Boy George, Depeche Mode and more. Did you know that the Sex Pistols once shared a flat with Bananarama?! Soho is where the early Stones learned their trade and recorded, where Goth was spawned, where the greats bought (and some still buy) their instruments on ‘Tin Pan Alley.’ Beatles? Of course! Here are Paul’s offices, theatre once owned by all the Fab Four, early gig sites, Brian Epstein had offices in this area… NORTH LONDON – Long before Amy Winehouse made this area her playground, here was the stomping ground for hippie London, The punk movement and the Clash, then Madness and U2 in the 80s, Oasis, Blur and their Brit Pop rivalries in the 90s. The list of bands playing Camden and Islington venues is long and illustrious – Pink Floyd, X Ray Spex, Sex Pistols, Bob Dylan, Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Manic Street Preachers, The Clash, Prince, Van Morrison, The Killers, Coldplay and Blondie to name a few. ABBEY ROAD/ST JOHNS WOOD – yes of course we can’t do rock and roll without a photo stop at London’s most famous street crossing!

London: The Beatles Walking Tour of Soho and Mayfair

6. London: The Beatles Walking Tour of Soho and Mayfair

Make your way through Beatles history as your guide takes you past stunning theaters, legendary music venues, and locations from photoshoots and videos. Learn about their songs in depth and see their recording studio which was also used by other rock Gods. Learn about the business behind the Beatles with a look at the music royalties and Beatles spin-off companies produced over the last 60 years with revenue largely generated from its loyal fanbase of millions throughout the world. Explore Soho, the beating heart of the music industry in the 1960s, and learn about one of the Beatles' hangouts, the world-famous Ronnie Scott’s jazz club. Finally, end your tour near Green Park Station.

London: Notting Hill, Downtown & Markets Private Tour

7. London: Notting Hill, Downtown & Markets Private Tour

Explore London on this half-day Private Walking City Tour. See the best of London Downtown and the Notting Hill district. Let your private guide take you through the highlights and secrets that this incredible city has to offer, avoiding the crowds. Visit the beautiful Soho district, with its characteristic gateway to Chinatown. Walk down the colorful hidden streets and even a mural in a secret passage. Get into the famous art gallery dedicated purely to the Harry Potter saga, before arriving at the prestigious National Gallery. Come to Trafalgar Square and see the smallest police station in town. Visit the most important buildings in London such as the Palace and the Abbey of Westminster and the famous London icon: Big Ben. Learn about its political history as well as its emblematic monarchy. Get into the famous London Underground and reach one of the most charming districts: Notting Hill. Lose yourself in its narrow streets of colorful houses, scenes of famous movies. Taste the classic British bakery with the best and traditional English tea, in one of its most prestigious bakery shops. Visit the open-air shops and the most authentic corners of Portobello Market, considered the most beautiful in London.

London: Rock 'n' Roll History Tour

8. London: Rock 'n' Roll History Tour

Discover rock landmarks in Chelsea, Kensington, Notting Hill and St John's Wood. Visit sites that made the Sixties swing, where London’s hippie underground ‘counter-culture’ took off, and where the 70s punk revolution took place. See the boutiques, pubs, and clubs that made these decades, inspiring hundreds of well-known lyrics and melodies. Head first to King's Road, chock full of fashion and music heritage. See where the Rolling Stones shared a flat, where Mick and Marianne partied, what was the famed Chelsea Drug Store, where the Beatles made album history, where Clapton rocked his Cream years, and where heaps of stars got married. Discover the cradle of the punk movement where bands like Sex Pistols, The Clash, Poly Styrene, and X Ray Spex played. Pass gig sites, recording studios, and shops frequented by the 'glitterati.' See the Kensington of Queen, where the band was formed, where famous album parties were held, and where Freddie died. Continue to Notting Hill, the heart of London's Caribbean community, home of London's reggae scene, once home to hippies and punks. See places where Jimi Hendrix lived, played, and died. Pass the former homes and gig sites of The Beatles. See the site of the Get Back rooftop concert. Finally, make a photo stop at London’s most famous street crossing at Abbey Road.

London: Classic Gold 3.5-Hour Bike Tour

9. London: Classic Gold 3.5-Hour Bike Tour

Enjoy a 3.5-hour bike ride around the classic sights of London to see many of the city’s most historic sites. Meet your guide, then head off on your ride, hosted by London's original guided bicycle sightseeing tour. Starting at Big Ben, admire the Houses of Parliament across the river, and continue past Lambeth Palace to cross Lambeth Bridge. Cycle past small red brick houses lining the streets, which offer an enchanting contrast to the imposing historical monuments. Appreciate the belfry of Westminster Abbey. Then cycle over to St. James’s Park. Catch the pomp and pageantry of the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. Then head back to central London to walk safely through Trafalgar Square, with Lord Nelson looking down from his column. Cycle over to Covent Garden, and take a break to watch some street theater in the market’s central piazza. Then, climb back on your bike for the ride through London’s legal district, and over to the colorful Leather Lane Market and Smithfield’s Market, London’s lively meat market. Pass Wren’s amazing St Paul’s Cathedral, and cross back to the south side of the Thames on the famous Westminster Bridge for the end of the tour.

London: Private Tour with Locals – Highlights & Hidden Gems

10. London: Private Tour with Locals – Highlights & Hidden Gems

See London at its best from the eyes of a local in just 3 hours. Check out prime landmarks like Trafalgar Square, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Borough Market and hear unique insights that only a local would know. Uncover hidden gems and city secrets along the way that will show you an authentic side of the city with the help of a knowledgeable local guide. Fully experience the local flare with an included local treat to make your city tour a complete experience.

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What people are saying about Soho, London

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 1,434 reviews

This tour was excellent and Colin our driver and guide certainly knew his stuff. He was very informative and covered many rock star stories, houses, apartments and also where certain songs were written and recorded. All in all it was a fascinating 3.5 hours well worth it and we would highly recommend..

We took part in the German-speaking tour with Birgit as our guide...what can I say...just great! Absolutely to recommend! Birgit is a great guide and you get a first impression of the most famous sights including background information.

Great experience meeting loads of great people, and it was super cheap! Would do again.

Mark was a great, knowledgeable and interesting guide. We enjoyed our tour very much

Simply amazing and would definitely do again! Great experience and great fun