You can now buy our self guided London walks and bus tour as e-books. They include maps, directions, information and lists of landmarks and places you will see.
We have kept the prices as low as possible – just to cover our costs.
To buy our e-books, simply click the one you would like, pay via paypal and then download the e-book as a pdf file from the link in the email you will receive. You can download your ebook up to 5 times and for up to 14 days from the date of purchase.
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11 Free Walks and the Self-Guided Bus Tour of London
(183 pages). The complete set of walks and the self guided bus tour, as featured on London for Free. Includes maps, directions and list of landmarks you will see.
Explore all areas of central London from the East End through to Kensington and south of the river. See most of London’s major tourist attractions and sites.
Seriously, at GBP 3.50 this book must be the best value in London. 12 full days of exploring, for under 30p a day!
Cheap Self Guided Bus Tour of London
(20 pages). Do your own bus tour around London for under a fiver and experience London as Londoners do. All you need is a travelcard and this e-book.
The tour will take you out to west London, then back across the West End and through the City to the east end of London, using London’s bus network. The e-book provides a map with directions and details of where you will need to change buses.
You will travel along both north and south sides of the Thames, passing many tourist attractions including Harrods, Madame Tussauds, Kensington Palace, St Paul’s, the Tower of London and Big Ben.
Free Royal Walk of London
(19 pages). A self-guided walk around Westminster and Whitehall.
See some of London’s most famous tourist attractions including Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and Number 10 Downing Street.
Free Bridges Walk of London – most popular walk on our site
(19 pages). A self-guided walk crossing central London’s main bridges.
Cross some of the many bridges over the Thames, including London Bridge, Tower Bridge and Westminster Bridge.
Cultural Walk of London
(25 pages). A self-guided walk from Waterloo to Bankside.
Visit Borough Market, one of London’s most historic and popular, and see tourist attractions such as Shakespeare’s Globe and the Tate Modern art gallery.
City of London Walk
(24 pages). A self-guided walk around the City of London.
This walk will take you around the area within the old London wall, passing through some of the oldest established parts of London, including both the start and end points of the Great Fire.
Other features of this walk include the Bank of England, St Bart’s hospital (the oldest in London) and the Tower of London. You will also see where London’s most famous mayor, Dick Whittington, lived and was buried.
Jack the Ripper Walk
(10 pages). A self-guided walk exploring parts of London’s East End renowned for their links with Jack the Ripper.
Though few of the original locations associated with the Whitechapel murders still exist, the walk takes you to the sites where the crimes were supposedly committed.
Nautical Walk around Greenwich, London
(10 pages). A self-guided walk exploring historic Greenwich, a world heritage site long associated with royalty and maritime history.
See popular London tourist attractions such as the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory and the Cutty Sark.
Writers of London Walk
(15 pages). A self-guided walk exploring the Bloomsbury area of London.
Wander through an area made famous by Virginia Woolf and Charles Dickens and see attractions such as the British Museum, the Lamb pub, Great Ormond Street Hospital and other places associated with famous British writers.
Legal London Walk
(17 pages). A self-guided walk exploring London’s legal district.
Wander around Blackfriars, Ludgate Hill, Fleet Street and Chancery Lane and see various places in London associated with the English legal system.
Attractions include the area of Temple, Temple Church, the Old Bailey, the Royal Courts of Justice and Sir John Soane’s museum.
Riverside Pubs of London Walk
(9 pages). A self-guided walk exploring London’s East End and Thames.
Explore both sides of the river east of the Tower of London, visit some historic riverside pubs and see other historic places such as Brunel’s Engine House.
Theatres of London Walk
(15 pages). A self-guided walk exploring London’s famous theatre district.
Visit places such as Soho, Covent Garden and Leicester Square.
A great tour to do at night!