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Top 3 Unmissable Pubs In London

16 February 2017

All London tours should spend some time soaking up some of The Big Smoke’s rich public house culture. As you can imagine, there are hundreds of places to drink London, here are a few pubs that should be the cornerstone of any good tour.

Cittie of Yorke, High Holborn:

Owned by the Samuel Smith’s brewery, this pub has proved that you don’t need to spend an arm & leg for a pint in London. The incredible building style of the Cittie of York truly deserves the pub’s addition on this list.

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, Fleet Street:

Reconstructed following the Gret Fire in 1666, this pub is an absolute must. Run by the Samuel Smith’s brewery, this pub is popular for its inquisitive lack of natural lighting. The Victorian cubicles near the bar are a particularly great place to nestle into on cold winter evenings.

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, Fleet Street

The Tipperary, Fleet Street:

Established in 1605, The Tipperary is another artifact of London’s past. This is London’s most historic Irish pub, popular for being the first pub outside of Ireland to serve Guinness!

The Tipperary, Fleet Street