London Walks (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... grace) - tending to use tube stations as meeting points, and with the Guide identifiable by the white 'Original London Walks' leaflet that they hold. Where more than one exit may cause confusion, this is clearly stated in their online programme (www.walks.com) or in their detailed leaflet. (Usefully they also detail the lines available at your destination station - no doubt of great help to the average tourist). This means that it is advisable to plan your travel arrangements carefully as it may result in missing a tour. The advise of the company is to allow around three minutes per tube station in order to arrive on time - this... more
Customer London Walks (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/07/03, updated on 14/07/03 (Very useful, 215 readings)
With a population of 7.5 million people distributed over 600 square miles, London is an historic and cosmopolitan City with plenty of attractions to offer the eager tourist. The problem being with a City of this size, where do you start? How do you get to grips with a transport system extending over such a large area, and one whose tube map does not intuitively correspond to the layout of the City? Well, for £5.95 you could purchase an A-Z of London, and wonder aimlessly up and down a couple of the City's streets. I, however, have another suggestion. Spend £5 a little more constructively and take at least one of the Original London Walks. As a ... Read the complete review
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