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community tourism experiences:

discover, support, belong 

                           Community Tourism in London

"What is the city but the people?" brilliantly asked Shakespeare. Discover a London neighborhood with our guides, meet Londoners involved in fascinating heritage and social projects, support their work. 

Join us to experience the spirit of the city by encountering the stories of Londoners who lived here in the past and engaging with those who make up its fabric today.

 

Community tourism is about catching the soul of a place and connecting with the people who make it better. By getting to know and sponsoring local initiatives you become relevant for the city where you live.  

Yes, visit mindfully, meet biographies and give a contribution. That's why part of the money you pay is used to support what you are going to see. Thanks very much for your backing.

                                    Upcoming soon

 
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"Meet the Londoner"

walking tour:

William Blake & Lambeth

Sunday 16 May

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"Meet the Londoner"

walking tour:

Mary Shelley & St Pancras

Sunday 9 May  

 

 

 

 

 

London with Londoners review

 
 
 
We took the Weavers Tour, exploring the rich history of the silk industry around Spitalfields. Our guide, Stefano, was both likeable and very knowledgeable about the subject. The most remarkable aspect of the tour for me, as a born and raised Londoner, was seeing for the first time a host of details of Hugenot and Jewish life in the East End. Thank you Stefano!
 

Darren, Scotland

#londonwithlondoners

Your guides

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stefano

A professional tour guide who has pioneered in his home country Italy alternative tourism itineraries, Stefano now works in London creating experiences that connect responsible tourists to locals involved in social and heritage projects.

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federico

Philosopher, writer, performer, Federico studied in London for his PHD and currently teaches Philosophy and History in Milan (Italy). He has published philosophical essays and wrote as well as brought to the stage the play "Viaggio in Europa" inspired by Eliot's poem The Waste Land. 

Contacts

 

For further information:

0790 4832 559

info@londonwithlondoners.com

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Camberwell

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