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Rank30 out of 340 attractions in London
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Reviews of St. Paul's Cathedral • 5
Having seen the top attractions on my list, it was time for some more of them. I started the day with exquisitely built the famous St. Paul’s Cathedral located near the St. Paul’s Tube station.
ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRALOn the way we also passed by:Tate Modern (museum), Tower of London (museum), Pretty buildings of London below.Other attractions that should not be missed are:
Going to the terrace of a nearby pub and just keep gazing at St. Paul's. Taking a trip to Canary Wharf, the hub of the Bank HQ's, just to see what the investment bankers do after work and feel all cool having a pint in the same cafe as them. Eating at Nandos.
This is what London is really about to me a random adventure. Behind the corporate world of London resides the calm and silent walk stretching from The Big Ben to the Tower of London and on the way many other tourist spots like St. Paul's Cathedral. This was probably one of the best parts of my trip.
Even if you have left none of these unexplored, it is another thing to appreciate their grandeur at nights. So you can also choose to spend the evening at the tower bridge. High rise buildings like the Shard and St. Paul's Cathedral are visible from the bridge. All these are well lit in the evenings and quite enticing. Further, to spice up your visit, walk to the haunted tower of London from Tower Bridge. Belief has it that its appearance grows spookier by the night. But during my first visit to the tower, I wasn't even aware of such facts. And nothing seemed abnormal.