Invisible Cities is a social enterprise that trains people who have experienced homelessness to become walking tour guides of their own city.

We offer alternative tours to locals and tourists.

Lonely planet best in travel 2021 community award.

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Our Tours

Our experienced tour guides, all of whom have been affected by homelessness, simply live and breathe their cities.

Invisible Cities is a social enterprise. We don’t believe in labels or stereotypes. We want to show that everyone has great potential, a fact reflected in our tour guides.

We train people affected by homelessness to become walking tour guides of their own city and offer these alternative tours to tourists and locals.

Our training focuses on confidence building, public speaking and customer service. We partner with professional tour guides to build bespoke tours and practice our routes.

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The Royal Mile – Edinburgh’s Most famous Street

This Edinburgh walking tour covers the most famous street in the city, the Royal Mile.
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The Story of Guy Fawkes

Beyond a tale of gunpowder, treason and plot, this walking tour of York tells the comprehensive story of Guy Fawkes.
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Wonderwalk Through Manchester with Nic

This tour of Manchester maps the city’s illustrious history of music and art, focusing on the venues and musicians which have helped to shape Manchester’s music scene.
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UNILAD Original Documentary

Goodness: Homeless Tour Guides

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    Our Awards & Recognitions

    Lonely planet best in travel 2021 community award.
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    Barclay's entrepreneur awards 2019.
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    Mythbusters: What We Know About Homelessness

    At Invisible Cities we are all about breaking down the stigma that exists around homelessness. Our tours educate guests on issues surrounding homelessness and our guides are always passionate about...
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    Highlighting Organisations who Make our Cities More Sustainable

    We talk a lot about sustainability in tourism – creating opportunities for people who wouldn’t otherwise be able to work in the visitor economy, and leaving lasting impressions on visitors...
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    Exciting new Partnership in Glasgow to highlight Street Art

    Invisible Cities is really excited to be partnering with SWG3 to organise tours of Skypark 7, the vacant site between Finnieston Street and Exhibition Centre train station that has been...

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    Big Society Capital is a financial institution dedicated to empowering initiatives that aim to tackle homelessness and create social impact within cities.
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