Well, that’s it for another year. Halloween has now passed and the broomsticks are put away for the next twelve months.
So today we thought we’d return to the subject of our free London walks.
It’s been a while since we last mentioned our great Harry Potter Tour of London.
Essentially our Harry Potter London walks are a series of tours that can be combined in to one full day exploring the streets of London whilst visiting the locations where the Harry Potter movies were shot.
It couldn’t be simpler. You simply let us know that you are interested in this one of our London walks by sending us an email to:-
We’ve placed an auto-responder at this address which mean that, within two minutes of us receiving your request (often it’s even quicker than that!) our auto response clunks in to action.
There’s a lot of whirring and clanking and splutterring, but then, as if by magic, the Harry Potter London walks series is sent off through the ether and, lands in your inbox! How clever is that?
The tour itself is a 30 page PDF that gives you step by step directions around the route and takes you to such wonderful places as the real Diagon Alley; The National Portrait Gallery; Trafalgar Square; The Millennium Bridge; and, of course, King’s Cross Railway Station where you can visit Platform Nine-And-Three-Qaurters.
This one of our London walks is totally free. The only cost to you is the paper and ink to print it off (and you don’t even have to do that as it will also work on your Blackberry), the travel around London and any meals or drinks you might by in the course of this sequence of Harry Potter London walks.
So why not request your copy? Just send an email to
and within moments you could be off exploring some of London’s most fascinating places.