Take a step back into the oldest part of London and travel from the depths of church crypts to alleys and courtyards where thousands of men, women and children once walked, lived and loved. From unique traditions and ancient customs, the start of the East End and the last surviving buildings from London's Dark Ages.
- St Ethelburga-within-Bishopgate
- St Helen Bishopgate
- St Mary Axe
- The Aldgate Pump
- St Katherine Cree
- The Holy Trinity monastic remains
- All Hallows Stainign
- St Olave Hart Street
- All Hallows by-the-Tower
Every attendee to the walk will get a list of each location we visit, along with dates and details of the City ceremonies covered so you can explore and attend each of them afterward.
For information on travel, please use Transport for London's Journey Planner.
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Paul Surma, Footprints of London
Paul Surma is a fully qualified and licensed City of London tourist guide and member of the Institute of Tourist Guiding.
Paul is also a qualified London Borough of Camden tourist guide and specialises in walks about Transport in London, highlight tours and hidden locations in London. The style of commentary means that you'll leave the walk, not only stunned with the level of hidden features London has to of, but most importantly entertained and eager to return to hear more entertaining stories about the City Paul loves.
History isn't stuffy or boring and after going on a walk with Paul you'll see that it's never been truer.