Any real Londoner knows that Sunday is market day, and most importantly that East End is the place to be whether you're a foodie or a vintage lover.
Join this guided tour that will have you weaving through the stalls and learning the history of London's most famous markets and pubs. While listening to the stories and getting to know the origins of stop, you will have the chance to purchase some local food and beer, or pick up some mementos to take back home.
The tour will start at the Middlesex Street Market (Petticoat Lane Market) and Spitalfields Market, both of which have a rich variety of stalls with character. You will go through the history of two iconic Victorian pubs and you will get the chance to have a drink in what was quite possibly Jack The Ripper’s local pub. You will then wander London’s famous historic Jewish quarter before ending with an exploration of the famous Brick Lane vintage and food markets.
There's no part of London that combines the ancient and the modern quite like the East End. The variety of cultures that has developed over the years here is truly special, so you can expect to taste the latest international culinary trends one minute, before turning a corner and feeling like you suddenly stepped back in time.