St Paul’s Cathedral
Visit the second largest cathedral in the world during your London City Break to enjoy fantastic panoramic views, beautifully decorated interiors and discover 1400 years of history of a place that has been built and rebuilt five times since 604 AD.
Located on the highest point in the City of London, this landmark historic building, as we know it today, dates back to the 17th century, having been rebuild as part of the regeneration programme of the City following the Great Fire of London.
Britain’s most famous architect Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece is a must see, with its impressive Baroque style interior, Grand Organ and world recognised dome.
The breath-taking panoramic view is another highlight of the visit witch you cannot miss. Climb the 528 steps and you will be rewarded with superb views over River Thames, Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe.
The royal wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales and Lady Diana was one of the special services held here which was podcasted to the entire world.
St Paul’s is still a working cathedral so make sure you check the schedule before visiting as there are special hours for sightseeing, outside of usual service hours. Book tickets online.
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Directions from Clayton Hotel City of London to St Paul’s Cathedral
St Pauls Cathedral is located 30 minutes’ walk from Clayton Hotel City of London via Aldgate High Street or 10 minutes by tube. Take District line from Aldgate East station to Mansion House and walk 5 minutes until you reach the Cathedral.