What To Expect
The Medieval Guildhall: This hidden medieval gem is an amazing survivor from the ancient city of London. Built in the 1420's this is where the Mayor and Aldermen would meet and debate the future of the City.
St. Paul's Cathedral: Take in the majestic Baroque Cathedral built by Sir Christopher Wren whilst hearing about its ancient past as a druid center of worship and a Roman temple.
The Bank of England: The Bank to the British government since 1694, it financed the empire, has seen riots on its footsteps and sits in one of the prettiest squares in the City with the Mansion House, The Royal Exchange and St Mary Woolnoth for its neighbors. A must see.
The Monument: The Monument was built by Christopher Wren to commemorate the Great Fire of London in 1666.
Medieval Church Bombed during The Blitz: This secret and hidden church dates back to the Saxons, and while it is now an oasis of calm it had suffered during both the Great Fire and The Blitz. These days it operates as a memorial to these catastrophic events of London's history.
London's Majestic Skyscrapers: during the last 25 years, the City of London has become one of the most innovative architectural playgrounds of the world. Our morning stroll will take in the best of London's skyscrapers including the descriptively nicknamed Gherkin.
Leadenhall Market: This fantastic, off the beaten track market sits at what was once the center of Roman London.
Guided walking tour
Tips and gratuities
All tours run rain or shine. Rain gear is available in our office.
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2 days / 1 night