Charnowalks Tours – All in One Place!
This page gives you the chance to review all current Charnowalks tours by area and by subject matter!
Charnowalks Tours by AREA
As a qualified City guide, I have many guided tours in the City of London, the historic heart of London. You can find them by clicking HERE.
I’ve lived in Tower Hamlets all my life, right in the real East End of London. You can find my increasing selection of tours in the City’s lively neighbour by clicking HERE.
London’s a place rich in story, so I do guide outside my specialist areas. To find my current tours in other areas, especially in Westminster, do click HERE.
Charnowalks Tours by THEME
Being a medievalist, I find exploring the early story of the City irresistible. You can find my tours of London before the Fire by clicking HERE.
The tours explore the many ways in which trade has developed in the City of London and the East End. Not forgetting the contribution made by the river! Please click HERE to find my business-based tours.
Tours exploring crime and the law evoke aspects of human nature and local atmosphere. Please click HERE to find my tours of London’s darker side.
Engineering underpins a developing city such as London, and as such is central London’s story. You can find my engineering tours by clicking HERE.
The world of the secret agent offers a unique insight into the human condition. If you click HERE you can join me in the shadows of Secret London!
Words are my life, and so I am developing a portfolio of literary tours built around site-specific readings. Please click HERE and join me in celebrating Literary London.
A neglected area among guided tours, celebrating the better side of human nature reaffirms and inspires. You’ll discover this for yourself by clicking HERE!
If you don’t see what you want here, please contact me with your requirements. I can offer bespoke walks, which may not be as expensive as you think.
Also I am a member of Footprints of London – if I can’t satisfy your requirements, we’ll have someone else who can!
Study of David Charnick at St Katharine’s Docks © 2015 Ana Figueiredo