Descubra el escalofriante misterio de Jack el Destripador, el famoso asesino de 1888, en un recorrido a pie por el East End londinense. A medida que la oscuridad desciende sobre las calles, se dirigirá hacia el barrio de Whitechapel para explorar su laberinto de callejuelas siniestras que han cambiado poco o nada desde el siglo XIX. Escuche teorías poco conocidas sobre los sospechosos, conozca todo lo que hay que saber sobre las víctimas y finalice con una bebida (no incluida en el precio) en el histórico pub Ten Bells.
After a rough start and not seeing our tour guide we settled and enjoyed the experience. Just tour guide holds a sign up! We were the only ones on our tour which was great as could personalize it, definitely wouldn’t want to goin the big groups we saw on our journey. Overall fun
This was an awesome tour. Our group was small compared to other groups that had 40 people in them. By having the smaller group, we were able to hear more details of the crimes and were able to ask questions and take our time vs being rushed through alley ways, etc. I would highly recommend this tour. We were also running a little behind due to the tube and our guide waited for us, which was extremely nice and considerate.
Other couple did not show....so only us and our Guide....excellent experience....fantastic guide ....great historical perspective and appreciated the guide sharing his own opinion on fascinating topic....our small group allowed for huge interaction....and great conversation....highly reccomended
Amazing tour, would definitely recommend it to friends and family and might even go again. Guide has great history about London itself while he tells the stories of Jack the Ripper - including conspiracy theories and an iPad of photos from the scenes. Ek! You'll get thrown back in time with this tour and get scared at the same time, in a good way. Loved the tour!
This walking tour was really informative. However, most of the places/buildings have been torn down and built over. There are a couple of spots where the original buildings still exist so you do get a sense as to what it was like in that time period.