Must see landmark in The City. If you're there on Sunday, go catch one of the free hymn services. The choir is great and the venue is beautiful
This was another gem in London! The interior and exterior of the building are beautiful...but if all the walking isn't enough exercise for you, brave the stairs and ascend to the upper levels. The first level will give a decent view of the cathedral down below. However, the second level is outdoors and you'll experience sweeping 360 degree views of London's skyline. This place should not be missed! I didn't make it up to the very top, there were a lot of stairs.
St Paul's Cathedral would definitely be my foremost landmark to visit in London purely for the love of design, architecture and historic significance. From the Great Fire of London in 1666 to the Blitz during WW2 it has seen devastation and rebirth twice. Even with the lateat editions to London's towering skyline this one monument holds control of the city's landscape.
Lovely cathedral located in central City of London.
I didn't get to visit inside (one day I shall...), but I did have a walk around. Compared to most other cathedrals, St Paul's is just huge and you feel so small alongside it with it's very empowering design and structure. A brilliant icon of London not to be missed.
climb to the top! panoramic views of london. the inside is splendid. a true architectural feat and deservedly famous part of the london skyline
Sir Christopher Wren's baroque masterpiece is arguably the symbol of London due to the iconic image of the dome rising above the smoke during the Blitz & the fact that it's located in the square mile. The view from the top is spectacular & many of Britain's greats agree buried here as well.
This is one of the largest Cathedrals in the world, so large that it is impossible to get a picture of the full building. The Cathedral is home to a lot of history. It was one of the only major buildings not bombed in WWII due to pilots using the massive structure as a reference point.