A walk around The City’s Top 10 sights

Address:
, London 51.513086 -0.088435
Dates & Time:
Every Wednesday and Sunday
The tour starts at 2 PM, and lasts for approx 1 hour 45 minutes
Tickets & Cost:
£7 per person
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Buses:
The following bus routes go near The City: 4, 8, 11, 15, 21, 23, 25, 26, 42, 43, 47, 48, 76, 78, 100, 133, 141, 149, 242, RV1
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Trains:
The best London underground train stations to visit The City are Bank Cannon Street Mansion House Monument Moorgate
Note: The actual closest train station to The City is Bank
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If you only have time for one walk around London during your holiday, then this is probably the one we'd recommend. London is such a huge city that it's impossible to see it all in one walk, but this one includes lots of interesting history and plenty of great buildings.

Highlights include the medieval Guildhall, the Lord Mayor of London's residence at Mansion House, the Bank of England, and the impressive Royal Exchange (easily the most impressive building in The City).

Craig has reviewed all of these attractions in his London blog, and you might like to work your way through it to see what they're like. Start with his review of The City and then check out his review of Leadenhall Market, the Royal Exchange, The Monument and Guildhall.

Note: If you'd like to try a much longer walk that takes in many more landmarks, then how about our self-guided walk around London's landmarks? It will take you over three hours to complete (so wear a pair of comfy shoes!) but it has the advantage of seeing everything from Big Ben and Buckingham Palace all the way over to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge.

 

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 Guest – “where does this walk start?”

Admin – “From the City Information Centre. That's that weird angular building round the southside of St. Paul's, on the opposite side of the road, along St Paul's churchyard.”

 
 

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Explore some of the City’s finest gardens – Every Saturday and Sunday (Apr to Oct only)Explore some of the prettiest and most historic gardens and churchyards in the City of London, on this 2-hour walking tour.

The Original Tour — Open-top sightseeing bus – Every dayThe Original Tour is one of London's most popular sightseeing buses, and it's also a great way to travel around the capital.

London Bus Tour — open-top sightseeing bus – Every dayThis traditional open-top bus tour will take in all the best landmarks and attractions, with a free river cruise and guided walk.

TRS river cruise, from Big Ben to Greenwich – Every daySpend a leisurely afternoon on a TRS river cruise from Big Ben to Greenwich, and see some of the sights along the river.

Boat trip down the Thames, with City Cruises – Every dayCity Cruises offer one-way, return or all-day boat trips between Westminster and Greenwich, stopping off at Tower Bridge.

 

If you like The City, then you might also like…

> Guildhall events If you like the The City then you might like these events at London’s Guildhall as well
> Mansion House events If you can’t find any events at the The City then maybe you can try the Mansion House in London
 

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