We are pleased to announce the launch of another new walk – Chaucer’s London …
The walk starts in the area around Baynard’s Castle and the King’s Wardrobe in Blackfriars, with views up the Thames towards Westminster. Proceeds through the heart of the Medieval City of London to its eastern quarter, where many pre-Great Fire building still survive. And thence in Chaucer’s footsteps from his sometime lodgings in Aldgate to his sometime place of work in Billingsgate. Finishes by crossing London Bridge to the Borough of Southwark, and continuing down Borough High Street as far as Tabard Street, along part of the route taken by the pilgrims he wrote about in his “Canterbury Tales”.
Further details of all our walks are available on the “Guided Walks” section of this web-site.
Bookings may be made through the “Contact/Booking” section of the web-site, or by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).