Your historic pub tour begins outside the Viaduct Tavern, located at 126 Newgate Street, at 3pm, in order to beat the crowds that pour into London’s pubs after 6pm.
Your first stop is London’s oldest gin palace, which dates back to the Victorian ages, to sample premium spirits. From here, you’ll proceed to a secluded pub hailed as the most difficult to find in London, to enjoy a drink of your choice.
Continue to a favorite haunt of literary greats Charles Dickens and Dr Samuel Johnson before taking a bus (own expense) to a subterranean wine cave renowned for serving port, bread, and cheese in a candle-lit cellar.
The final stop is a pub in the heart of London’s West End, renowned for its selection of real ales and cider. Then, your tour concludes at Trafalgar Square.