This is the walk for people who have an interest in pubs!
London's West End is full of pubs, but only a few have the perfect combination of good beer, an interesting history and stunning architecture. Our West End Pub Walk is written by Bob Steel, the author of "CAMRA's London Pub Walks", and takes you to a selection of London's finest pubs with the opportunity to stop and investigate any of the interiors and buy one of the many different drinks available.
On the way, among other items we explain "pub etiquette", let you into the history of Porter, and describe the difference between a "tap room" and a "snug"!
Starting near Oxford Circus, we pass the Argyll Arms, The Clachan, The Blue Posts in Ganton Street, The Shaston Arms, The John Snow, The Blue Posts in Berwick Street, The Dog and Duck, The Coach and Horses, The Lamb and Flag, The Salisbury, The Chandos, The Porterhouse and finishing at The Coal Hole in The Strand.
Distance: approx 2 miles (3KM).
Walk time: The full audio walk lasts for 45 minutes and usually takes us around 1 and a half hours when we do it, excluding stops for refreshments.
Best time to go: Anytime.
Tour Starts: Oxford Circus Tube Station. Track one of the audio will give you full instructions
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