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Free Walking Tours Through the Notting Hill

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Nathan Earl 03 Jun 2024
London

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Travelled alone - Jun 2024
Andrew is a fantastic tour guide who absolutely knows his stuff and history of London!
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Bruce 20 May 2024
London

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Travelled alone - May 2024
A really interesting and enjoyable experience
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Michael 01 May 2024
London

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Travelled alone - May 2024
Alexis had just had his bike stolen so it wasn’t the best start to the tour. He did his best to show the group the key sights of the city. Nice knowledgeable guide, just having a bad day. PS London is normally a very safe place, but some people love stealing bikes here 😊
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Yelyzaveta 25 Apr 2024

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It was a pleasant and interesting walk!
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Belén 25 Apr 2024
Río Cuarto

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Travelled alone - Apr 2024
Rowland was a great guide, he knows a lot about Richmond and you can tell he really enjoys what he does. I was the only person that showed up and he still carried on with the tour which I really appreciated. The place is wonderful and I really recommend it to see a different side of London and enjoy the nature.
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Anja 18 Apr 2024
Dresden

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Travelled alone - Apr 2024
This was by far one of the best walking tours I have ever done. It was a perfect fusion of history, amazing stories, fun facts, insider knowledge, and light-hearted humour. Not only was it seeing the key sites of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square etc, it was also an insight into the life of London itself, from pub culture to the theatrical West End. This was the best introduction to London I could have asked for, and the guide's recommendations map has helped me on the rest of my trip in London. I'll definitely be doing more tours with Walkative in the future!
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Jean 08 Apr 2024
Vancouver

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Travelled in group - Apr 2024
Great guide. Knowledgeable engaging and dry humour
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Ewa Pearce 03 Apr 2024

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Travelled alone - Apr 2024
This is such an interesting part of London and Pini explained the history and culture and art scene. He clearly knows and loves the area and his enthusiasm is infectious. Great tour with delicious bagels at the end.
Brick lane graffiti, street art, vintage, and hot Beigels
Jamie 02 Apr 2024
Aberdeen

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Travelled alone - Apr 2024
Great tour along an amazing route and with engaging tour guide.
Stroll along the Southbank.

London is known for its many tourist attractions and historical sites. One of the most popular places in London is Notting Hill. The neighbourhood has taken on a life of its own, with the main attraction being the many shops located there. It was even used as a filming location for 2005's 'Love Actually', and of course, the 1999 film of the same name 'Notting Hill', adding to the street's popularity.

The area offers something for everyone, including vintage clothes shops, bookshops, pubs and independent coffee shops. The scene is set in an old market square surrounded by beautiful historic buildings - this is one place you won't regret visiting while you're in London!


Of course, there's nothing better than to go for the long haul, and not waste any time, thanks to the expert and professional guides on our Free Tours of Notting Hill, which we offer here at GuruWalk. 

Notting Hill is an affluent area of West London. It is very close to Portobello Road Market, which is one of the largest open-air markets in Europe. As well as shopping for new clothes or food, people go to the market for vintage bargains and street entertainment.


The highlight of visiting London must be seeing all its iconic buildings such as Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey. But its 'quaint' districts and neighbourhoods are a more alternative way to discover the London that Londoners live in. 


The Notting Hill Carnival is Europe's largest street festival. It is a two-day event that celebrates Afro-Caribbean culture and traditions, i.e. music, food and dance.

The event has been running since 1966 and has seen many changes over the years. As it bids farewell to its colourful traditional Trinidad and Tobago costumes, it has adopted new styles from around the world, from India to Nigeria to Brazil. 

Even if your visit doesn't coincide with the famous carnival, we'll keep it very much in mind on the various Free Tours.


Banksy's graffiti in London is one of the most famous works of modern art. It was done in the style of traditional graffiti, but has a very different meaning.

The painting is outside a house in Notting Hill, where Banksy grew up. He posted an image on his website with the caption "This piece is called 'Banksy versus Bristol Museum' and features a lecturer at Bristol University who denies Banksy as an artist and claims he can't draw, so I drew this for him instead".


One of the must-see spots in this famous London neighbourhood that we won't miss on our Free Tours.

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