No minimum number of attendeesNo minimum number of attendees is required for the tour
Free booking and cancellationFree payment tour, no set price, booking and cancellation are free
We are a young team that left Spain in 2009 and we are in London to create this beautiful project. At the request of our "walkers" we grew up in Paris, Dublin, Berlin, Malaga, Cordoba and Budapest, teaching these cities to thousands of Spanish speakers. We are professional guides and we are madly in love with every corner of the cities we teach.
Do you want to get to know London from the best guides in the city? Don't miss our Jack the Ripper Free Tour.
Imagine the following scene from London in 1888: A beautiful young woman walks down a lively avenue , filled with people, carriages and gas lamps.
The fog disturbs his vision and he ends up entering a dark alley , apparently abandoned. There she sees a man with a tall top hat and cape approaching her. Suddenly and without saying a word, he stabs her in a brutal and inexplicable way. As she falls to the ground, mortally wounded, the killer disappears into the thick, dark London fog.
Is this the image you have of the bloodthirsty killer Jack the Ripper?
In our guided tour in Spanish we will separate the myth from reality and fiction. We will learn about the life and death of the victims of the Whitechapel murderer as we walk through the alleys where these terrible crimes took place.
We will also immerse ourselves in the atmosphere of the Victorian era and feel the sensation of being in the middle of 1888 touring the poorest neighborhood of the city.
In addition, we will collect clues to try to find out who is behind the figure of Jack The Ripper , we will know who the main suspects were (some shockingly surprising) and we will understand why he was never caught.
👀Reservations for more than 6 adults 👀
Group reservations of more than 6 adults have to pay €8 per adult.
The maximum allowed is 3 children for each adult.
If your group is more than 6 adults and you have made several separate reservations under different names, but all for the same group, you will have to pay €8 per adult.
If not, we will not be able to accept you on the tour and the guide may ask you to leave the tour.
Kindertransport Statue (sculpture in front of the McDonald's in Liverpool Street Station) with a flag or umbrella and "bluish green" accreditation with the logo of: Walking Through Europe.
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).
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