Get the Best Pints in London with a Drink Tour
There is no better place to go out drinking than London. If London were a person, it would be the life and soul of every party. We've drawn up a list of some of the top places where you can enjoy a good tipple in the capital.
Well undoubtedly one of the best ways to discover for yourself the best pubs and drinking venues is to go on a drinking tour - otherwise known as a pub crawl.
And if you truly want the best in the business - Mind the Gap. No seriously, Mind the Gap is the name of a company that takes visitors on some of the best tours in the city.
These tours take guests on a guided afternoon walk through history to some of London's most famous pubs and ale houses.
Beginning at London Bridge train station, the tour stops at four different pubs in the city, and finishes close to the Strand and Covent Garden just a few minutes away from the West End, where some of the most famous pubs, clubs and theatres are located.
If you want to learn a bit of history, whilst enjoying a nice beer, then you will be taken to some of London's oldest pubs, which just happens to be Ye Old Cheshire Cheese, the first place outside Ireland where Guinness was served.
Visitors will also be taken to the Old Bank of England pub, where they can enjoy a pint and hear the gruesome tales of Sweeney Todd.
But do you know the greatest thing about pubs in London? You not only get a chance to enjoy a refreshing pint or an exotic cocktail, but you also get a chance to sample the famous pub food they produce.
Pub food is something of a tradition in the UK, and while you are enjoying the pub crawl, you can enjoy a tasty bit of grub in one of the most haunted pubs in London.
That's right, London has its fair share of spooky pubs and ale houses, which adds to the excitement of the day. And if for some odd reason, you'd prefer not to have an alcoholic cocktail, then be sure to check out the Crussh Juice Bar, which is famous for its pressed juices, made-to-order smoothies, tasty salads, sandwiches, wraps and much more.
Whatever your tastes are, you'll be sure to find what to do in London.