Where: King Street, Westminster
London is a city of glamour, of fun, of recklessness, of debauchery, of so many wild ways in which to enjoy it. So, sometimes, it’s just nice to do something quaint, pleasant, and most of all, free. Walking tours can take you to most corners of the city but why bother with those when you have us watching your back.
To take in a free piece of history, embark on a walk to number 3, King Street in Westminster and witness London’s oldest surviving blue plaque, celebrating the life of none other than Napoleon III. Pose for selfies in front of it and make sure you wear a bicorne hat.