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London City Sightseeing Tour Including Tower of London and City of London
"Pop in your state-of-the-art Vox headphones as your tour starts and listen to your guide talking clearly about each site. If you want to wander aside and take photos of attractions you won’t miss any of the commentary! First stop is a guided tour of Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece St. Paul's Cathedral. Crowned by the magnificent dome that continues to dominate the London skyline the cathedral was rebuilt after the Great Fire of London in 1666. In recent years it has seen the wedding of Charles Prince of Wales to Lady Diana Spencer and most recently
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Private Tour of Harry Potter Locations in London
Meet your guide at Westminster tube station. You will then make your way to see the Ministry of Magic and filming locations used in the Harry Potter films. Would you like to see Leaky Cauldron pub and the Honeyduke's shop? You will take a double-decker bu"""Find out more facts about Harry Potter and see many secret locations used during the filming in London. You can see Ministry of Magic and the road where it was the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron pub and the shop is just like Honeyduke's. The tour will in Millennium Bridge and Tate Modern. And of course the most famous King’s Cross Station Platform 9¾ where you can find a lot of souvenirs from the Harry Potter movie."title=Highlights&1=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&2=Small-group+tour"""London
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Private Walking Tour City of London
"Meet your guide in central London at your hotel and set off on an entertaining walking tour of the City of London. Catch a double decker bus. Then stroll along cobbled alleyways to reach the Strand and Fleet Street home of Britain’s national newspapers until the 1980s.Continue on to St Paul’s Cathedral London’s highest point for more than 1400 years. Rebuilt after the Great Fire of London St Paul's has hosted many national events including the wedding of Charles Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer. Stroll through London's oldest district while learning more about catastrophic events like the Great Fire that reshaped the city
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St. Paul's Cathedral Tips (272)

Did I Say 'No Photography Allowed?'

St Paul's was my first important European cathedral, and as such I had no common point of reference. When I first entered and marched through the cold nave, my expectations were a little wounded until...
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mrclay2000
Feb 17, 2003

St Pauls - Protestant Plainness

On the outside, St Paul's resembles almost any state capitol building in America. The plainness of its exterior hints very little of the explosion of colors within, where sadly the officials do not...
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mrclay2000
Feb 17, 2003

St Pauls -- London's Greatest Cathedral

The history of St Paul's covers many centuries, but we can give our deepest thanks that so many centuries of history were not bombed into rubble during WWII (St Paul's survived with only a scratch)....
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mrclay2000
Feb 17, 2003

Look up into the Dome...St Pauls Cathedral

St Pauls Cathedrel is a pretty nice place! I love the Dome! I took this picture by laying my camera on the floor. You can easily spend an hour or two here. If you don't mind a nice climb check out the...
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herzog63
Jan 03, 2003

View from St Pauls Cathedral

You get great views of London from the dome of St Pauls Cathedrel!! Also check out the Hall of Whispers. Put your ear against the concrete and have a friend all the way on the other side and have them...
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herzog63
Jan 03, 2003

St. Pauls Cathedral

St. Pauls Cathedral is London's main religious building. It is a beautiful as it is enormous. Take a look inside and prepare to be astonished at the grandiose architecture within. It belongs to the...
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seamandrew
Nov 17, 2002

St Paul's Cathedral

A church has been on the site of St Paul's since about the 7th century. The construction of the current New St Paul's began in 1675 by Sir Christopher Wren at age 43. It was not completed until Wren...
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lindasm
Oct 27, 2002

St Paul's Cathedral

Its the second largest cathedral in the world, and absolutely gorgeous! While you are there, take the opportunity to walk around the cathedral and admire its lovely old buildings and cobbeled...
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sunnywong
Oct 11, 2002

St. Paul's Cathedral

Built in 1673, St Paul's Cathedral is Sir Christopher Wren's most famous work. Its dome, one of the largest in Europe, stands out as one of the most distinctive features of London's skyline. There has...
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TRimer
Sep 30, 2002

St. Paul's Cathedral

One of the world's famous cathedrals. It was designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Those who wish to pray at times when there is an admission charge may use St Dunstan's Chapel on the north side (free at...
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kindretspiri
Sep 12, 2002

ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. Largets...

ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. Largets and most famous church in the city, built bt Sir Christopher Wren. It is the burial place of Nelson and the Duke of Wellington. There is a splendid interior views from the...
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Adeline_Foo
Sep 12, 2002

St. Paul's Cathedral is the...

St. Paul's Cathedral is the masterpiece of Sir Christopher Wren. Having worked in it for 45 years, the Cathedral was finished in 1710 and was inspired by San Pietro in Rome. St. Paul's is the fifth...
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Sep 12, 2002
 
 
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Things to Do Near St. Paul's Cathedral

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Paternoster Square

Between Paternoster Square and St Paul’s Cathedral, behind a fence you will find this water pump inscribed thus: “Erected by St Faith’s Parish 1819” This got me wondering as I was not familiar with...
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The Old Bailey (Central Criminal Court)

The first Old Bailey Session House in regular use was built in 1539 beside Newgate Prison in Newgate Street at a cost of £6,000 and was replaced by a new building in 1774. The name 'Old Bailey' comes...
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St. Mary le Bow

St Mary le Bow is a Wren church built after the Great Fire of London and it was completed in 1680. It was badly damaged by bombs in 1941 - in the bombing the bells actualy fell from the bell tower to...
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South Bank

If you are looking for a bit of culture then you can't go wrong along the south bank area of the Thames, particularly on either side of Waterloo Bridge. To the west is the Southbank complex which is...
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Blackfriars Bridge

If you’ve been following my walk along the Victoria Embankment on the northern bank of the Thames or the Queen’s Walk along the South Bank, then you will eventually come to Blackfriars Bridge. The...
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London Millennium Footbridge

Two days after the London Millennium Footbridge opened in June 2000 it was closed down due to a defect that made the bridge wobble from side to side - and it stayed closed for another two years. It...
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Getting to St. Paul's Cathedral

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St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD

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  • Sunday Closed
  • Monday 08:30 to 16:30
  • Tuesday 08:30 to 16:30
  • Wednesday 08:30 to 16:30
  • Thursday 08:30 to 16:30
  • Friday 08:30 to 16:30
  • Saturday 08:30 to 16:30

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