Victor Kremer Guide


Tour Guide


Having lived in more than 6 countries before his 13th birthday, you could just about say that Victor has a passion for travel. And he does, but living in so many places in such little time he’s never been quite able to decide which to call home until he moved to London. Initially coming to London to study he has now been in London for the last 6 years working as an actor. Whenever he’s ‘in between jobs’ you can find him exploring this culturally rich and historical city or over indulging at one of the many food markets found around London

Victor’s recommendation: If you enjoy having a glass of wine go to ‘Gordon’s’ just outside Embankment station – it’s London’s oldest wine bar having been established in 1890!



As we love creating new and exciting tours, our tours are labours of love. A value we built upon is that we want everyone to be able to attend and enjoy our tours.

As a result we settled on a Free Pay What You Can method (like Radiohead did with one of their albums; they are a band some us hate). This means, barring certain fees like entry into attractions such as the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey (when specified) etc, our walking tours will always be FREE. Should you enjoy our tours and be able to, we wish to encourage you to tip or make a donation of any amount you like to our guides so we can continue to create wonderful tours. We are, however and unfortunately, not funded by governmental or private organisations, or local councils. Any tips or donations you are able to make will help us to create and offer more tours and grow. We also want people to know that save for superbly terrible weather, travel conditions or circumstances beyond our control, all of our tours will always run.

One of our specialities is creating tailor made tours. A venture we are currently working on that ties into our founding values is called Equal Opportunity Tours. These tours aimed at providing tours for families or groups that have members who may have auditory or mobility impairments. We are working on creating tours and versions of some of our current tours that are 100% accessible to people with mobility issues and tours including sign language interpreters for people with auditory impairments.

We believe that this will open the wonders of London to everyone.