**LAUNCHING APRIL 2020**
Take a Killing Eve Tour of filming locations from the award winning hit show based on the Villanelle e-book series following the cat and mouse game between Mi5 agent Eve Polastri (played by Sandra Oh) and psychopathic assassin Villanelle (played by Jodie Comer).
Although the show is filmed across numerous European locations including Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome and Bucharest much of the action has taken place in London and it’s here where we go hot on the trail of Villanelle.
This three hour Killing Eve tour by foot takes in about 10 filming locations from both series some of which were also surprisingly used to stand in for non London locations.
The Killing Eve tour covers a wide geographic area from London Bridge and Southwark to the Bloomsbury area further north of the City of London . Even if you haven’t seen the show the tour is a great way to see both iconic London locations as well as more off the beaten path areas on the fringes of central London.
Some of the sites on the walking tour you will be able to visit include the hospital where Eve and Villanelle first cross paths, a mid tour stop at the cafe where Eve, Kenny and Elena meet for breakfast, where Villanelle goes undercover as Billie at the AA meeting, where Villanelle throws Amber Peels chaperone in front of a truck and much more.
Make sure you have an Oyster card or travel card as there will be a short tube journey as part of the tour.
Saturday at 10:30m (Apr-Sep)
Private Tours available – see bottom of page.
Adult (16 years+): £12
(This tour is suitable only for adults due to the nature of the content of the show)
OUTSIDE London Bridge Station, next to the sign for the Shangri-La Hotel At The Shard, 31 Saint Thomas Street, London SE1 9QU
Bloomsbury / Kings Cross
Zone 1 Travelcard OR Oyster Card (single journey), Gratuities (optional)
1-30 persons: £180 (Group price NOT per person)
31+ persons: Contact us for a quote
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