Daniella is a qualified London Tour Guide with over 8 years experience.

Her qualifications include:

• City of London Tour Guide (2007-2008) :  She was also  awarded the Katrine Prince prize in 2008 for the highest examination result of her year

• Westminster Tour Guide (2011-2012)

• Islington and Clerkenwell Guide (2012-2013)

She has also been a member of the Institute of Tourist Guiding since 2008

Daniella has a BA from the University of London in History. And indeed history is without doubt her passion and has for many years filled her spare time reading books, visiting museums and touring historical places.  She loves to discover new facts and stories by just wandering around London where she has lived all her life. Her enthusiasm and knowledgeable approach as well as her interesting and unique range of walks has lead to many customers coming back time and time again!

She has a repertoire of over 50 walks covering a wide area of London – she has a special interest in East London as this is where is she was born and bred.

She has guided extensively  for private groups, companies, charities and various social organizations

She is also a volunteer guide at St John’s Gate in Clerkenwell



Sue qualified as a City of London guide in 2008. Her day job is being Director of Information & Research for the European offices of a US law firm whose London office is next to the Guildhall in the City. Having realised she couldn't escape all the history around her, with a life long interest in local history and many years experience of teaching lawyers and legal information professionals, meant the guiding route seemed a natural progression.

Sue's family have lived in Hackney and Islington for centuries and many of her walks take place in those two contrasting areas of London – including Hoxton, Shoreditch, Dalston and Stoke Newington. A recent walk devised for the Hackney Society concentrated on Shoreditch's role in the printing trade – including those firms which print money. She especially enjoys leading walks in areas not normally on the tourist map, and those in which she has personal tales to relate – the ancestors in Piccadilly and her time at the London School of Economics (for example) aim to bring those areas of London to life. Amongst all the facts and other anecdotes!


Professional Qualifications

Both Daniella and Sue are Associates of the Institute of Tourist Guiding and members of the City of London Guide Lecturers Association. Daniella is also a member of the City of Westminster Guide Lecturers Association and the Clerkenwell and Islington Guides.