Trafalgar Square – The centre point of London, Trafalgar Sq is home to Nelson’s Column and the National Gallery. Let expert guides tell you the hidden stories behind these world-famous sights. Where better to begin our tour of London’s best watering holes?
Covent Garden – One of London’s most beautiful squares and famous market places Covent Garden is a must see sight for any visitor to London. Let the guides show you what most visitors don’t see as they take you behind the scenes to the best local pubs hidden around the square.
Theatreland – London is home to the greatest theatre and musical scene in the world. On this tour you will weave your way through the heart of London’s world famous theatre district.
Seven Dials – One of the centre points of London’s vibrant West-End this is where you will end the tour, close to all of London’s most popular shows and many of the capitals best restaurants. Let your guide go that extra mile and give you insider knowledge that will help you get the best out of the rest of your night and indeed the rest of your stay in London.
4 Excellent Establishments – On this tour you will be taken to a selection of the capital’s best pubs, the places the locals go, that will let you soak up London’s best beer and un-paralleled vibe.
6 Samples of Beer – Do you know the difference between your ales and your lagers? Your stouts and your porters? Your guide will shed light on the brewing traditions that create such a wide and rich variety of our national drink!
Snacks – As well as including a generous supply of beer we also include some tasty snacks along the way to make sure you get the most out of this tour.
The Best Guides In London! – Fat Tire Bike Tours pride themselves on the quality of local guides who will share their passion, knowledge and love of this city with a friendly and professional manner.
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About the Tour
Starts every day outside Liverpool Street Station at 11:00
This tour introduces you to London’s most creative and culturally diverse area. The East End is the bohemian heart of London, as famous now for its booming street art scene, fashion boutiques and curry houses as it once was infamous for its poverty, violence and gangsters. You’ll see work by street artists, including Banksy, as well as many others less well known, hear about the eccentric characters and waves of immigration that have shaped this area and hopefully get a feel for what makes this such an enduringly vibrant part of London. The tour takes about two hours.
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Take an informed, chilling look at Edinburgh’s ghostly past
Explore the Blair Street Underground Vaults with an expert storyteller
Recover with a dram of Dewar’s Scotch Whisky in our candlelit cellar
Enjoy a ghost tour of Edinburgh based on real events
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Explore the haunted Blair Street Underground Vaults with access no other tour company can offer, then head to the Canongate graveyard, where the spirits of the dead await.
It might be something to do with the change in temperature. Or the perpetual darkness. Or the ever smaller rooms, stretching beyond the weak beam of a torch. Whatever the reason, there’s something unsettling about the Blair Street Underground Vaults – and your expert Mercat guide will reveal the troubling tales on this evening walking tour.
Cannibals. Body snatchers. Deals with the Devil. And that’s before we head underground.
Torture. Murder. Hangings. And that’s just what went on in the vaults.
A walk along dim streets to the Canongate graveyard will bring you to the resting place of the city’s most famous figures: Adam Smith, the father of economics; David Rizzio, the lover of Mary Queen of Scots; and James Douglas, 3rd Marquess of Queensberry – the infamous cannibal of the Canongate.
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Nobody does ale like the English. From its humble use in the Middle Ages as a healthier substitute for drinking water, to its significant role in modern-day Britain’s £18 billion beer industry, no trip to London is complete without experiencing a few of the brews on offer.
Join us on this two and a half hour tour as we visit traditional pubs and modern craft beer bars alike, offering you either a taste or half a pint in three different locations. Learn how ale is made, where the different flavours and colours come from, and why English ale is unique to other beers around the world.
As we journey through the Borough Market area (famous for London’s historic watering holes), we’ll give you a cellar tour of a traditional English pub, we’ll tell you why this area is significant to the growth of ale production, and we’ll explain how ale trade was heavily affected by both World Wars.
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