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London Walks

London Walks offers an extensive program of walks through London under the guidance of highly experienced and famous guides. Walks start the entire day, see the London Walks website for the program, but the “notorious” are the evening walks.

Join the Jack The Ripper Haunt with Donald Rumbelow, the authority in the field of Jack The Ripper, and shudder at his stories as you walk past the places where Jack The Ripper performed his atrocities.

Every day there are at least 15 walks, so there is always something that interests you. Put it to the test and get to know London with the help of the experienced London Walks guides!

Opening Hours

All walks start 363 days a year, only on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day there are considerably fewer walks.

Look at their website if your walk is included.

Prices

Prices for standard tickets and are indications.

Children
0,-
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Adults
12,-
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Concession*
10,-
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* Concession: Seniors and students on presentation of identification / student pass.

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