Why see the traditional sights of London when you can learn about spectacular ones at night? There's nothing like seeing London at night—when the city twinkles that much brighter—and learning a spot of history along the way. As one of the spy capitals of the world, London has no shortage of interesting locales to see and learn about. From the Churchill War Rooms to the Plumbers Arms, learn which London hotel became a command centre during WWI, and see famous locales where KGB assassins have struck. Experience a more political side of London and see some of the sights where world history was made. You'll hear interesting stories and fun facts along the way and get to take some incredible pictures of London at night. We'll visit key locations in Belgravia and Westminster, before concluding with a walk to Waterloo Bridge to grab one last incredible photo opportunity of the night.
I am a comedian, politics buff, and ex-politico who worked on one of the most infamous losing political campaigns in American history (I'll let you guess which one). I spent 19 years in the United States, where I worked before I returned to London and developed this walking tour which includes some of my favorite places to see across the city.
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We'll meet at the Plumbers Arms for introductions and the check-in process before starting the excursion.
Bring a camera or mobile phone to make sure you're able to capture pictures. Bring a bottle of water to stay hydrated. Wear comfortable shoes, as we'll be doing quite a bit of walking.