One of London’s most iconic, vibrant and historical districts. From inspiring Charles Dickens to seeing where the Beatles and the Rolling Stones started there careers, there's lots to see and talk about.
What to Expect
For centuries, Soho has been the center of so much, the literary scene, the filmmaking scene, the French quarter, the royal quarter, the bohemian cafe quarter, and the area where many of the great British bands such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones started their careers. You’ll hear stories that include an 8 year old Mozart writing his first symphony to distract himself from the sound of London traffic, drunken poets losing famous manuscripts in pubs, Logie Baird's first public demonstration of a television and much more.
Along the tour you will visit: The centuries old Soho Square and the House of St Barnabas - Charles Dickens' setting for his classic novel 'A Tale of Two Cities'. Along your tour the guide will point out private members clubs, and famous pubs and cafes, once frequented by the likes of Oscar Wilde, Cassanova, and Jimi Hendrix.
You will make your way along Carnaby street - London's most famous street for fashion, and the heart of the swinging sixties. You will then go to London's Chinatown, The old French quarter, Shaftesbury Avenue, the heart of London's West End. Disappear into the heart of Soho, you will also see the entrance to the old Marquee Club, where many of Britain's most famous bands started, and much more.