On this route, I will take you to the best foodie places to eat in China Town and Soho.
With the overwhelming dining choices of London, it's hard to pick out the real gems, but this route will show you some of the best secrets amongst London... More»
This narrator, like so many of us, is only trying to sell her microwave on the internet. But the situation quickly becomes much more, as she leads the listener down Southbank and through Soho, recounting the story of the strangest night of her... More»
London loves good food and great people, and no other place puts these two things together better than Camden Town!
Love People Watching and Pigging Out? Then this is the tour for you! Explore the World Street Food Market, get a glimpse of the... More»
Stroll through the streets of Kingston upon Thames, stopping by the most historic landmarks of the town, as well as modern shops, restaurants, pubs and clubs. The multicultural Kingston University is located in the heart of the town, making it a... More»
The most famous building in Wapping is a pub, The Prospect of Whitby, which was a favourite with pirates and smugglers as well as with Charles Dickens and Samuel Pepys. This ancient village which stretches between the Tower of London and Limehouse... More»
Writer Virginia Stephen Woolf and her ‘Such Friends’ lived in the Bloomsbury area of London in the early 20th century, when they were just starting their careers, and became known as the ‘Bloomsbury group.’ We’ll see the houses where they ‘lived... More»
If you like humorous history, quirky facts and hidden surprises, this walk right in the centre of London is the tour for you.
We walk around some of London's most famous areas and familiar landmarks – but you’re not going to hear the stories... More»
We take toilets (and most other sanitary fixtures) for granted... but there is nothing pre-ordained or natural about them. They reflect deeply ingrained cultural norms.
This walk through Bloomsbury dives into the history of toilets and how we... More»
Plunge yourself into the surprisingly dynamic world of the British Public Toilet. This tour takes you past some of London's most iconic views with a new twist.
Performed by Rachel Erickson (The Loo Lady), Music by Paul Freeman, Guest voices:... More»
Capture the striking post-Cold War government buildings with Steven World
Get to know the other side of Kreuzberg, with secrets, history and inventions
Hop on a fascinating historical journey of Berlin's underground railway
Grave hop on this second tour of past luminaries in the Père Lachaise Cemetery
Grave hop on this third tour of past luminaries in the Père Lachaise Cemetery
Ga op avontuur door een van de meest fascinerende buurten van Parijs
Follow the historical footsteps of kings and queens on this royal procession
Discover the stories and histories of the iconic Charles Bridge
Take a whirlwind trip of modern day Prague via its avenues and hidden passages