London Terror Walks
London is the seat of British government and the playground of the rich; where there is affluence there is crime; where there is a political will, there is a terrorist cause.
This unique London Terror Walk takes you through London streets and squares rarely visited by the Londoner let alone the tourist. Discover the facts and examine the locations of some of London’s most notorious terrorist attacks, murders and kidnap.
The leisurely two and a half hour London Terror Walk, guided by retired Scotland Yard detectives, takes you through some of the capital’s most affluent areas which include:
•Grosvenor Square: Scene of the politically motivated murder of Ex-KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko just metres from the American Embassy.
•Mayfair: An area targeted by the IRA (Irish Republican Army)
•Pall Mall: The attempted kidnap of Princess Anne just metres from Buckingham Palace during which four people comprising police and members of the public were shot by the assailant Ian
Ball. Hear the remarkable response from the Princess Royal when told by Ball of his plan to kidnap her!
•Belgravia: Scene of a vicious domestic murder involving Lord Lucan and the highest echelons of British society.
Like any of the world’s great cities London has a side that doesn’t appear in any tourist guidebook.
If you wish to discover a darker side to one of the greatest and most exciting cities in the world then join this informative walk - you will be in safe hands - we promise.
Contact Me for further details.
The London Terror Walk will commence at 10am from Bond Street underground station (please meet us outside the Gilbert Street exit. If arriving by tube take the escalator to the upper floor, the exit is by McDonalds).
You will recognise the guide as he will be holding a leaflet in relation to this walk
Other days and times in addition to the fixed dates can be arranged by calling 07738 426017 and speaking with Gary.
Alternatively why not email us with your request or enquiry?
What’s The Cost?
The cost of this walk is £8 per person (one of the cheapest walks in London) with concessions (£6) for children under 16 and Senior Citizen’s.
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