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The Rock n Roll Walking Tour is one of the best things to do in London
Published: Tuesday 12th of February 2013
When searching for things to do in London, you would be hard pressed to find attractions as fun as the Rock n Roll Walking Tour.
The English capital has a rich musical history and this tour will allow you to not only have a look at the various important locations of the country's past but also get up close and personal.
With the help of a guide, you will be taken around the streets of Soho and Covent Garden to sample just what contributed to London's musical past.
The tours last around an hour-and-a-half, departing daily from 13.00 GMT at The Original London Visitor Centre, meaning you can enjoy other London attractions before and after.
You may not be able to fully relive The Beatles playing on a roof top or The Rolling Stones recording their first album but this tour is the next best thing.
Then the next time you listen to The Rolling Stones, you'll be able to enjoy it that little bit more knowing a bit more of the history associated with them.
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