A Circular City Tour
This circular tour of London takes you on a journey through time, from the Roman era to the 20th Century. You’ll see the sights that made London what it is today, from the forum and amphitheatre of the Romans to the city to the Jewish quarter established in the time of William the Conqueror. You’ll also learn about the city’s role in the Blitz and hear stories of bravery and courage in the face of overwhelming odds.
A great way to see the city at its quietest, on the weekends. On this tour, you’ll also get to meet some of London’s most famous characters, like Pepys, Dickens, and William Jenkins. The best part is that these tours are perfect for walkers of all abilities. What more could you ask for?
So, start planning your dream London trip as you read on for some inspiration, book a lavish stay at the Montcalm Luxury Hotel and you’re good to go!
Tour Around Mayfair and St. James Park
Are you looking to explore high-end London but on foot? This one’s for you.
Start with the Speaker’s Corner at Hyde Park, moments away from the luxurious Montcalm Hotel Chiswell Street, where people have been exercising their right to free speech for centuries. Make your way through Mayfair to See Grosvenor Square, which is home to the American Embassy. Walk down Bond Street, one of the most exclusive shopping streets in the world for a much-needed retail therapy. Finally, visit Berkeley Square, where a nightingale is said to sing (traffic permitting).
Find some time to grab a drink and cool off at one of the many amazing clubs at St. James Park and take a scenic walk-through Whitehall, the street that runs from Trafalgar Square towards Parliament Square.
Witness the high-end parts of London and the areas that represent its grand history and culture, tick off some of the most iconic landmarks in London from your list with this tour and call it a day with a very revitalising Montcalm spa.
Camden to Little Venice Circular Walk
A circular walk from Camden to Little Venice is your best bet to get enchanted by some of the most interesting and diverse areas of the city, including the Regent’s Canal, Primrose Hill, and Maida Vale.
This walk starts at King’s Cross Station and follows the Regent’s Canal westwards towards Camden Market. From here, it goes to Primrose Hill, Maida Vale, and then to Little Venice. This part of London expanded rapidly in the early 19th century with the coming of the canal and the railways. Since then, it has become home to many famous inventors, writers, artists, and poets, such as Benjamin Britten, W.B Yeats, Arthur Rackham, and Friedrich Engels.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a more peaceful walk along the canal towpath, you can also enjoy the delectable Montcalm afternoon tea to suit your palate and relax.
Perfect for both first-time visitors and seasoned travellers, opt for these walking tours to get some of the best views of London which is sure to make you feel that you made the most of your trip, at your own pace.