The Most Iconic Central London Walking Tours

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London is known for its vibrant and culturally diverse neighbourhoods, each with its unique personality. These captivating neighbourhoods and their allure are what make London one of the most exciting metropolises in the world. If you’re planning to experience London, it’s important to explore at your own pace, stop for a bit and soak in the historically rich atmosphere as you gaze and admire iconic landmarks and attractions.
So, put your best walking shoes on and gear up to explore London on foot and spend the best 24 hours in London city!
Enjoying an unrivalled location in the heart of the city, the luxurious Hyde Park Hotel London is the most suitable base, if you’re looking to take an unforgettable walking tour to get a closer look at the best sights and scenes of London city.

Soho


Start your journey in Soho, best known for its high-spirited nightlife scene, prime dining options and theatre scene. Now, with so much to see in Soho, you must be thinking about where to start. Carnaby Street is undoubtedly, the place to begin with the pedestrianised stretch-lined, cobbled walkway with some great shopping spots and restaurants with cosy corners to drink and dine. Party the night away with an underground speakeasy (a classic night-out, indeed) or walk down Frith Street and Shaftesbury Avenue to attend the latest musical or enjoy tantalising drinks with live jazz music in the backdrop.

Regent Street


No London walking tour is complete without the beautiful Regent Street, moments away from your luxe Hyde Park accommodation. Home to the city’s most favourite spots for luxury, high-end fashion, premium dining, lifestyle, wellness and more, it’s easy to spend hours on Regent Street. Indulge in an exclusive retail therapy experience like never before and head to Mayfair, one of the most elite neighbourhoods in London.
With several spectacular art galleries to choose from on New Bond Street, if you had to choose one, head to the Royal Academy of Arts, without a second thought, featuring some of the most magnificent art exhibitions. Walk along Conduit Street to find perfect design-led, swanky restaurants to indulge in a scrumptious meal, or even try out the flavoursome afternoon tea to recharge and revitalise!

Marylebone


It’s now time to make your way to Marylebone, near the world-renowned Oxford Street, offering the most buzzing atmosphere that you are sure to love! Take a walk through the skinny St. Christopher Place to get a feel of Marylebone’s charm, take some Instagram-friendly portraits with the colourful buildings and head north to explore London’s best intimate museum, Wallace Collection. Witness everything from eclectic art to armour here and end your day as you peacefully browse one of London’s most popular bookstores.
With this guide, you’re sure to end up feeling like you’ve spent more than a usual touristy day with an array of distinct experiences to look back at. So, keep an eye out for discount hotels near Hyde Park, and explore London, just like a local Londoner.