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The World's Greatest Hike and Cycling Trails on One Platform For The Price of a Coffee.
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London Way

Explore London like never before. A 20km loop with 250 points of interest uncovering 2,000 years of captivating stories on one unforgettable trail.

What You’ll See

Experience the thrill of a city trail that invites first-time visitors, adventure-seekers, weekenders and even Londoners.

From mouth-watering Borough Market to peaceful Royal Parks, unearthing hidden Dickens, forgotten tales of royalty, the old City, and a secret church on the river hiding in plain sight. Whether you embrace the path solo, with family or rally your friends, every step on the London Way promises discoveries.

Follow checkpoints, stories about London, details about the statues and landmarks you pass, and a summary of the significant events that have influenced the city since its founding.

Checkpoints and Highlights

All Hallows

Big Ben

Buckingham Palace

HMS Belfast

Hyde Park Corner


St Paul’s Cathdral

The City

The Imperial War Museum

The Royal Exchange

The Royal Parks

The Shard

The SOE Memorial

The Tower of London

Westminster Abbey


View of the London Eye


Hotels in London are abundant. You can access London Way from any direction with multiple travel hubs and join the trail at any point. 

Difficulty and terrain

Throughout your walk in central London it is generally flat with well-maintained pavements. We advise appropriate footwear for comfort.

When to visit London

The best time to visit London depends on personal preferences. Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) offer mild weather and smaller crowds. Summer (June to August) is popular but can be crowded, while winter (December to February) offers festive cheer, less crowds and lower hotel rates.