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Save on London attractions and see the city on a walking tour
Published: Tuesday 20th of October 2009
If you have a few spare hours in-between visiting some fantastic London attractions then join the London Photography Mystery Tours and discover some of the less-famous city sights.
London is full of quirky sights and architecture and the guides of the walking tour promise to show you places of interest you have never come across before.
Almost anyone can take part as the itinerary is flexible depending on the weather, group demographics and fitness levels.
The tours are not instructional photography lessons, but are for people who enjoy London sightseeing and taking photos.
Guides of the tour recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes and said people should ensure their camera is fully charged and they have plenty of memory cards or film and a drink with them.
The three-hour walking tour starts from the Tower Hill tube station, by the wall ruins - right next to the Tower of London, which was built in 1080 at the centre of William the Conqueror's fortress.
Posted by Samantha Reed.
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