‘Tis the season for Christmas tours!

If you eat mince pies all year round, blast Mariah Carey on November 1st, and have watched The Holiday too many times to count, this one’s for you…

As Christmas is just around the corner, we’re spreading the seasonal cheer by launching TWO brand new Christmas tours! Exclusively launching in Manchester AND Edinburgh, experience the magic of Christmas with our guides as they take you on a festive adventure throughout their cities.

What better way to start a Christmas tour than with hot chocolate, tea or coffee? (Yes, that’s included as part of your ticket!) You’ll be greeted by our very own Mr Claus tour guide who will take you on a 1-hour walk through the city centre of Edinburgh or Manchester as you sip your hot drink and listen to Christmas tales and why they’re part of the city. Our guides will introduce you to the different ways that Invisible Cities and other homelessness organisations come together to spread hope and joy over the winter months. This tour will leave you feeling wholesome, festive, and equipped with the knowledge to take on any Christmas quiz.

Available on limited dates throughout November and December, these tours are filling up quickly – so get them while you can! Tickets are just £12 in Manchester and £15 in Edinburgh per person with 100% of the proceeds going towards supporting those affected by homelessness, making it an affordable Christmassy activity for friends, families and work colleagues alike! In both cities, our tours end within walking distance of the iconic Christmas markets, so that you can continue your festive evening in style. So grab some tinsel, put on your Santa hats and ‘Step Into Christmas’ with us (yes that was an Elton John reference!)

If you’d like to come on a festive tour & support Invisible Cities this Christmas, buy a ticket below and you’ll be booked in faster than Buddy the elf can drink a bottle of maple syrup.

Tell all your friends, the more the merrier!

Book your Edinburgh ticket here

Book your Manchester ticket here