We have saved our most popular and best content here! Our aim is to show you only THE best pubs in London. Of the 7,000 pubs in the pub capital of the world, we only talk about the top 200.
Below are some fabulous guides you can purchase to find your way to some of the best 200 London pubs. Each one is beautifully laid-out with photos, facts and maps – and view nicely on a smartphone. Download and save to your iPhone, Windows or Android phone and hit the streets, or download, print and take along on your walking tour.
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The best London pub crawls and self-guided pub walking tours
Premium Self-Guided London Pub Tours
The Belgravia Royal pub crawl – behind Buckingham Palace
If you are in London and loved the Royal wedding, this pub crawl (route) will appeal to you. We have ‘researched’ all the pubs around Buckingham Palace and distilled them down to the 4 finest, for you to sample.
We strongly recommend you eat at the last pub, a hidden gem in the backstreets of Belgravia just behind the Palace. But, be sure to book in advance – even though this pub is hidden away, it is very popular with the wealthy locals.
The Best Tourist Pub Trails and Historic London Walks
With fresh air, fantastic views and the lure of a nice pint, how can you resist these amazing self-guided walks around some of London’s most significant and historic monuments. These walks have been crafted to give hints and glimpses of our monuments before guiding you to some of the best vantage points to take those memorable photographs. Even if you don’t like beer, these walks are still worth downloading.
One of the most well known land marks in our fantastic city is the dome of St Paul’s cathedral. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and unscathed by the bombing during the second world war, this is a remarkable building. Many tourists will just get off a bus or tube outside before entering. So we have compiled this great little walking tour to provide you with some lovely vistas of this significant monument.
We guide you along the Southbank to the magnificent Millennium Bridge, take you through back streets and end in a great old English pub for a refreshing drink before you head home. Watch out for blisters with all those photos you will be taking! We reckon it’s the best walking tour you will find for its price!
This fabulous walking tour has been compiled to provide you with a unique look at our fantastic city – London. Starting and ending at London Bridge, this walk will give you some great views of Tower Bridge, St Katherine’s Dock, the Tower of London and the majestic skyline of London. With 3 nice pubs to give you a rest and wet your lips on some fine ales, as you sit back and enjoy our city. We reckon it’s the best walking tour you will find for its price!
Our top London pub crawls and walking tours
- Aldgate Tube Station (near Liverpool Street Station)
- Goodge Street Tube Station (near Tottenham Court Road Tube)
- Blackfriars Tube Station to Temple Tube Station (in The City of London)
- Cannon Street Tube Station to London Bridge Tube Station (Thames Waterfront pub crawl)
Aldgate, E1 London Pub Crawl
The traditional East End where “Jack the Ripper” preyed on the innocent and the perhaps not so innocent. Now populated by markets and curry houses in Brick Lane, this area has changed a lot over the past 200 years. Our crawl avoids the obvious and takes you to some more interesting pubs, but you’ll still get to Dirty Dicks, as what trip to London can be complete if you don’t?
Goodge Street, W1 London Pub Crawl
Home in the 1980s to London’s new radio stations, Goodge Street is dominated by the 1960s Post Office Tower (now called BT Tower) the primary telecommunications centre for London. This route is a great alternative to shopping on Oxford Street, but don’t let her have the credit card!!
Temple to Blackfriars, EC4 London Pub Crawl
Wind your way through the Aldwych backstreets and Temple, home to perhaps London’s best legal minds. Discover hidden pubs and be amazed at the beauty of Temple gardens, right in the heart of London! Finish at one of our favourite London pubs. This walk can be combined with our Blackfriars walk for a longer crawl, however, please drink in moderation should you undertake both crawls together.
Thames Waterfront, SE1 London Pub Crawl
Start: Cannon Street / End: London Bridge
What a way to see London in all its glory, along the magnificent Thames waterfront. This walk is very central and packed full of history and tremendous pubs. We have crafted this route so it provides a superb aspect of London’s north and south banks.