The Most Popular London Tour: Walk in Harry Potter’s Footsteps

Young woman walks on London Tour

Currently the most popular London tour is the Harry Potter walking tour. In fact, it’s easy to see why – who wouldn’t want to explore the wizarding world of Harry Potter? On this occasion, you’ll get to visit all the famous filming locations from the movies, and even test your knowledge against your guide’s encyclopedic knowledge of all things Harry Potter. Also, be sure to dress up in your best wizarding garb – there might even be a prize for the best dressed! In other words, get ready to have fun!

Group at popular Harry Potter London tour

Firstly, meet your guide and start your adventure by finding out which Hogwarts’ House you belong in. Then, it’s off to Diagon Alley where you can explore all the wizarding shops. After that, don’t forget to stop by the Leaky Cauldron for a pint of Butterbeer! As you walk, you’ll see some of London’s most iconic sites such as Borough Market, The London Eye, and Trafalgar Square. Then, you’ll see the bridge destroyed by the Death Eaters in “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”.  Also, keep in mind the boat tour is not automatically included. However, if you’re feeling adventurous, you can add a short boat trip down the River Thames! In short, by the end of the tour, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported into the wizarding world.

Trafalgar Square in London

For part of your guided tour, choose either a short boat trip down the Thames or take the world-famous London Underground. Both the boat and Underground options follow this itinerary: 

The Itinerary

1. Southwark Cathedral

2. 800-year-old Borough Market

3. Sir Francis Drake’s world-famous Golden Hinde

4. Winchester Palace

5. 900-year-old Clink Prison

6. Shakespeare’s Globe

7. Millennium Bridge

8. Daniel Radcliffe’s School

9. The London Eye

10. River Thames

11. Sherlock Holmes’ Pub

12. Great Scotland Yard

13. Gringotts Wizarding Bank

14. The world’s smallest police station

15. Trafalgar Square

16. Knockturn Alley

17. Diagon Alley

18. Palace Theatre

Again, the tour lasts approximately 2.5 hours and is about 3.2 km (2 miles). Lastly, all you need for this tour are comfortable shoes, weather appropriate clothes, and your wand!

Are you ready to embark on this magical adventure? Book your tickets today!

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