Do Something Unusual this Christmas in London

There is still an opportunity to join me and an intrepid group of walkers as we explore a deserted London at dawn on Christmas Day.

Piccadilly Circus on Christmas Morning

Christmas in London – Piccadilly Circus on Christmas Morning

Our tour starts at 6am. Together we will walk through the eerily deserted streets, past some of London’s most iconic sites. We will almost certainly be the only people in Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden, Oxford Street and Regent Street will be empty and traffic free. I wrote a blog post about Christmas Day in London and that might give you a flavour of what to expect.

If you have never seen London empty, this is really the only opportunity to do so all year. It is a really magical tour for both locals and visitors. All of my other tours on Christmas Day have completely sold out but there are a very limited number of places left on the 2012 6am tour, bookings via Eventbrite.

Private Bookings

In the run up to Christmas I am leading a variety of bespoke walks and events for office and private parties, if you still need to organise something why not get in touch?

Public Walks

I am leading just three more of public walks in 2012, they are my most popular ones. There are still limited spaces on all three, click on the dates for more details and bookings.

Public Talks

As part of a series of talks I am also leading a “Virtual Tour of Oddities of Strand” at The Step in Wood Green on  Thursday 6th December.

All of my walks, talks and events are available to buy as gifts and any of them can be specially tailored for private groups. If you are interested, please drop me a line and we can chat through the options walks@peterberthoud.co.uk .

One Response to Do Something Unusual this Christmas in London
  1. Josephine Kerr
    November 26, 2012 | 8:27 am

    If I lived in London I would definitely do the Christmas day walk but sadly I don’t. I would love to bring my family up for another day though. Can you give me some info on ‘Private Party’ walks after Christmas?

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