Please arrive 15 minutes before departure outside the entrance to the Temple tube station, Victoria Embankment, London WC2R 2PH
Join us on the Da Vinci Code Private Walking Tour of London for a 2½ hour walk around central London to unravel the mystery of Dan Brown’s bestseller. Learn fascinating facts about the novel and its subsequent release as a movie.
Using stills from the film and excerpts from the book, you’ll visit both the actual film locations as well as the locations featured in the London leg of Dan Brown’s novel. As you get to the bottom of the Da Vinci Code, you’ll also see many famous landmarks along the way including Whitehall, Trafalgar Square, The Strand and many other places of interest.
The Da Vinci Code Private Walking Tour of London will finish at Westminster Abbey where you can choose to go inside the abbey at your own leisure.
From €145 per person
Covid-19 safety measures
As it has always been, the health & safety of our guests and team members remains our highest priority. We are doing everything we can to ensure you travel safety and provide maximum flexibility as the situation around Covid-19 continues to evolve. We have officially been given the green light and Good to Go accreditation by Visit Britain & Visit England, so we can now operate safely keeping you & our team healthy throughout. WE have a detailed plan to do so, issued below:
Brit Movie Tours recognises their responsibility to ensure that staff & suppliers (as well as guests) comply with health & safety legislation and maximise the safety of our clients & staff in relation to Covid-19.
In brief, we are making sure that all vehicles are cleaned to the highest standards, that all staff are trained (and re-trained when emerging or evolving information determines) and are provided with the right knowledge and equipment to carry out their duties effectively. Our new protocols to keep you healthy during our tours include:
- Flexible booking options
- Full internal sanitation/cleaning of all coach and taxi vehicles used on our tours
- Social distancing rules & guidelines for walking tours
- Complete staff & guide training to implement new protocols
- Guides will ensure they are familiar with the most up-to-date public health guidelines and will adhere to these for the duration of the tour.
- Guides will maintain government-recommended social distancing between themselves and clients at all times. On tours where the group includes different households, guides will encourage and help clients to adopt appropriate social distancing between each other too.
- When guiding groups from different households, guides will follow government guidance to determine the maximum possible group size.
- Guides will avoid shaking hands or any other physical contact with clients.
- Guides will apply rigorous hygiene practices, including thoroughly cleaning and waiting for hands to dry before guiding, and use a personal hand sanitiser when this is not possible.
- If requested, guides will consider wearing a mask or visor.
- Guides will know where public toilets/hand-washing facilities/hand sanitiser points are available.
- Guides will ensure they are fully aware of sites’ visited on tour and any specific Covid-19 requirements and comply with them.
- Guides will be familiar with more crowded areas and will make best efforts to negotiate them, or if appropriate, avoid them.
- Where appropriate, guides will liaise with coach companies and private vehicle companies and drivers to ensure vehicles have been thoroughly sanitised.
The result is a sanitised attraction but certainly not a sanitised experience! You are here to enjoy our fabulous tours, discover new places & experience an authentic destination. We believe that our new introductions to hygiene/cleaning will allow you to enjoy your visit to the full.
We feel it vitally important to have a strict cleaning protocol in place and that this is transparent.
- Walk down the street where Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu escape from Rémy
- Visit the National Gallery and see one of Da Vinci’s famous works of art
- Explore the ancient Knights Templar church featured in both the book and the movie that contains the effigies of the Knights (only open on select weekdays - not at weekends)