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What to expect
Notting Hill in London has a unique vibrant identity of its own and this self-guided tour along with a mobile audio guide takes you to all the splendid locations in Notting Hill that make this area so appealing. This guided podcast tour of Notting Hill tells you all the tales and history of one of the most popular areas of London. Explore the famous neighbourhoods and visit all the iconic locations in this part of London, like the Notting Hill summit, Westbourne Grove, Portobello market, and Ladbroke Grove Gardens. Check out celebrity houses and filming locations on this walking tour of Notting Hill. Explore Portobello Road and the swarming markets filled with stalls of fresh fruits and vegetables, antique shops, and attractive vintage shops. Culture buff Claudia and local historian Ben take you to the photographic areas of Notting Hill, so keep make sure your camera or phone is fully charged. You not only get audio guides for the trip but also on-screen content for the road and geo-localised map to make the tour that much smoother. Don't wait, this is a tour not to be missed. Book your Notting Hill tour tickets now.
About The London Notting Hill Podcast Walking Tour
What is Notting Hill famous for?
Notting Hill in West London is famous for the Portobello Road markets and the Notting Hill annual street carnival. Notting Hill lies in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and is popular among people for being a multicultural and cosmopolitan neighbourhood.
Notting Hill is also famous for featuring in many famous films. There are also many celebrity homes in Notting Hill which include the houses of Jennifer Lawrence, Lindsay Lohan, Keira Knightly, Hugh Grant, Harry Styles, and more. Hugh Grant also starred in the 'Notting Hill' film alongside Julia Roberts. Remember the blue door from the film? You can see this door on the tour at the Portobello Road market.
Notting Hill is also known for the various market stalls on the famous Portobello Road and its Westbourne Grove fashion stores. Check out these pop-culture stores while visiting the hidden gems of Westbourne Park Road and Ladbroke Grove.
Notting Hill is definitely more colourful than Holland Park and much cooler than Kensington.
What is the Notting Hill Podcast Walking Tour?
With a digital mobile audio guide, on-screen media, and geo-localised map to keep you on track to enhance the experience, this walking tour of Notting Hill takes off from Ladbroke Square. Local historian Ben and culture buff Claudia will be with you throughout the journey as you move to the trendy and stunning locations of Notting Hill. Notting Hill is cosmopolitan and on this tour, learn how all communities melted together to form one big family in this region. If movie stars and rock legends like this place, you should give it a chance, too.
Listen to this highly engaging and quirky podcast during your tour and get some new insights into this famous part of London. Check out celebrity houses and the market of Portobello Road while on the tour. Remember to get your own headphones for the walking tour to hear the podcast. In the Portobello Road market, see the popular blue door, the infamous music studios, and more.
Although the region in the city has houses of celebrities and streets buzzing with fashion, we obviously can't guarantee you that you'll bump into anyone famous on the tour, unfortunately! Although you never know who might be exploring the area when you visit.
What are the locations and sights on this tour?
Make your way from Ladbroke Square and walk uphill to see the transformation of this part of the city of London. Stop at Notting Hill and explore the area to see the past of the neighbourhood. Then, pass by 10 Kensington Park Gardens and take some photos which will surely be good enough to hang in your living room. Stop at the Museum of Brands and take a walk through the narrow lane. See Grenfell Tower and then the Cambridge Gardens. Check out the colourful shops and crowded markets of Portobello Road. Check out the Electric Cinema, and then stop at The Tabernacle. The Tabernacle is home to the Notting Hill Carnival and is astonishing.
Check out Lancaster Road and the beautiful bright houses. Your Instagram will be flooded with comments after you post a picture. Many houses in Notting Hill have pretty pastel colours on the walls.
Check out the bustling streets and the spice shops at the market stalls. You will find many trendy cafes and restaurants in the area, preparing some famous international dishes. Check out celebrity houses and recording studios where some nostalgic tracks have been produced.
Check out Notting Hill Gate by walking along Kensington Park Road, a beautiful street of Notting Hill.
You get a chance to visit some filming sites from the 'Notting Hill' film which starred Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant, and also sites from other movies like 'Sliding Doors', 'Bridget Jones', and 'Love Actually'.
What age is this tour suitable for?
This tour is suitable for everyone. Children must stay to adults with valid tickets at all times on this walking tour of London.
How long does this tour take?
The total time span of the tour is 50 minutes.
There are also other tours from London to see Windsor Castle, Tower Bridge, London Eye, Big Ben, Thames River cruises, and more. Check those out too.
Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where does the Notting Hill Walking Tour start and end?
Ladbroke Grove, London is the meeting point for the tour.
How do I get to the tour's meeting point?
If you are starting from London itself and travelling by car, take the A4 and the A315 roads to reach the destination in the shortest possible time.
The nearest tube stations are Notting Hill Gate and Holland Park.
Shepherds Bush is the nearest train station.
When should I arrive at the meeting point?
We recommend arriving 15 minutes before your tour time slot.
Where can I park?
Park your cars at Carpark Private Metropark or at Holland Park.
Where are the toilet facilities while on the tour?
You will find public toilets in various locations along the walking tour in London.
Is this tour accessible?
The tour is most likely not wheelchair accessible, as moderate fitness is needed for visitors in the walking tour. Check with the organisers for more information.
Is the tour dog-friendly?
Service dogs are most likely allowed on the tour. Do double-check while booking your tickets.
Where can I eat on the tour?
Here are a few popular recommendations in the Notting Hill area; Core by Clare Smyth, Osteria Napoletana, The Hayden, Chojo, The Ledbury, Bella Italia, and Flat Three Restaurant.
Check out The Churchill Arms, one of the truly best bars in Notting Hill. Enjoy the floral façade and click on some great photos while sipping on a cold one.