Does January in London just make you want to curl…
They were one of the most financially successful and critically lauded acts in the whole narrative of music. They were also the best-selling band in the history of popular music, with more than 1 billion disks and tapes sold. We are, of course, talking about none other than the Beatles. The legendary British rock band who left behind a rich legacy.
If you are a Beatles fan, visiting London is a very special chance to see some of the most iconic and important spots in the band’s history. A walking tour is the best way to explore the city, walk the same streets as Lennon, McCartney, Starr and Harrison and learn some seriously special pieces of information about where they played, had fun and lived. Are you captivated by the legacy of the Beatles?
The Beatles walking tour takes you along Carnaby Street, the heart of the swinging sixties, through Soho and to the studio where the band recorded Hey Jude. See the famous rooftop where they performed Get Back and announced their split and find out where they worked and played in London.
As the tour is based in Central London, it doesn’t cover the famous Abbey Road crossing – but you can easily visit this! Just get the tube to Kilburn Park on the Bakerloo line.
If you’re a serious fan, you might want to visit Liverpool to find out where it all began!