Taylor Swift fever has reached new highs after the release of her latest album last week - and now fans can take a Swift-themed walking tour around London.

The tours, inspired by Taylor's song 'London Boy', cover famous locations in London, including Camden Market and Bond Street.

ToursByLocals is one of the companies offering these experiences - covering places spotted in the singer's music videos and supposedly loved by Swift herself - for upwards of £75.

One example is a three-and-a-half-hour walk from Highgate to Camden.

Ham & High: Hampstead heath is one of the locations on the tour - and mentioned by Swift in one of her latest songsHampstead heath is one of the locations on the tour - and mentioned by Swift in one of her latest songs (Image: Google Maps)

On this tour, Swifties will be taken through spots like Parliament Hill Fields and on to Hampstead Heath - mentioned in one of her newest songs So Long, London - before finally ending at Camden Market.

Throughout the tour, fans will spot locations that have featured in Taylor's hit music videos.

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One spot is the Kentish Delight Kebab in Kentish Town, apparently a favourite of the star herself, featured in the Endgame music video.

For the diehard Swifties who want a full day's experience, there is also an eight-hour 'London Boy' full set private walking tour, winding through Bond Street, Covent Garden, and Highgate.

Ham & High: Kentish Delight kebab shop is one of the places on the Swift tourKentish Delight kebab shop is one of the places on the Swift tour (Image: Google Maps)

ToursByLocals are making the most of the Taylor Swift mania which has seen a pub in south London flooded with Swifties after it was name-dropped on her new album, The Tortured Poets Department.

The tour company is charging £725 for the eight-hour tour for up to eight people - or £90 per person.

A similar tour on TripAdvisor, by company Premium Tours, is charging £79 per adult for a five-hour tour

Swift is said to love "the culture and vibe" of the capital, and is also reportedly creating a permanent European base in north London, with plans to revamp a mansion in the area.

The American pop star will take over London's Wembley Stadium for eight nights in June and August as part of her sold-out Eras Tour.