The beatles

In 1960 the iconic band moved from Liverpool to London. 


  • Discover where Beatlemania started
  •  Walk down Carnaby Street – epicentre of the Swinging Sixties
  • See the secret location of the Beatles last concert
  • Take your photo at the Abbey Road crossing


Go back in time and imagine yourself in the heart of swinging Sixties when The Beatles released their first UK single, “Love Me Do”, which peaked Number 17 in charts, followed by 1963 “Please Please Me”, which reached Number 1.
Your Guide will show you where the Beatlemania has started as you will walk through the scenes of a wild frenzy which took place wherever the band appeared.
Meet your Guide in front of the Marble Arch, which once was an entrance to Buckingham Palace and follow to the place where John Lennon lived in 1968. Explore the beautiful and quiet neighbourhood of Marylebone, full of houses which once were former horse stables.
Your Guide will tell how The Beatles brought new teenage fashions: the round-necked Beatles jacket and the ‘mop top’ Beatle haircut. Pass through the original ‘Apple store’, Beatles souvenir shop and discover why the mural with words ‘Hey Jude’ had to be whitewashed. Follow your Guide to the nice and tranquil Green Square, when you can relax from London’s energetic atmosphere and enjoy a petite rose garden. Continue your way along the park before you arrive to the place where Paul McCartney lived. After, you guess what famous song he wrote while living in that flat, then walk to ‘The Palladium’, an important concert venue. Imagine yourself in the roaring crowd and think about your favourite songs before you go the site of their last rooftop concert.
Finish your tour at the Abbey Road, the worldwide famous road crossing!



3 hours


Marble Arch


Abbey Road

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