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The City of London Tours - St Pauls Cathedral
Walking Tours of the City of London

Enjoy a great tour of the City of London. Visit the heart of the city and explore its beauty. 

 See some of the most famous skyscrapers and buildings in Europe. 

Find out why the dragons are the protectors of London and how St.Paul’s Cathedral was built.

 Reveal the mysteries and secrets of this centuries old City and delve into its magical world. 

The City of London

The City of London is a city and county that contains the historic centre and central business district of London. It is a city within a city. The Romans founded the city in the 1st century AD and it was known as Londinium up to the Middle Ages. City of London is widely referred to simply as the City and it is also known as the Square Mile, as it is exactly a square mile in area. The City is one of the world’s most powerful financial capitals. The City of London is home to some of London’s most known landmarks, such as St.Paul’s Cathedral, the Gherkin, the Museum of London, the Bank of England, Royal Exchange and more.

Read more about the City of London

The City of London has a resident population of only about 10,000, but over 300,000 people work there during the day, mainly in the financial services sector. The local authority for the City, namely the City of London Corporation, is unique in the UK and has some unusual responsibilities. The Corporation is headed by the Lord Mayor of the City of London, which is separate from the Mayor of London. Over 500 banks have offices in the City, and the City is an established leader in trading in Eurobonds, foreign exchange, energy futures and global insurance. The disastrous Great Fire of London in 1666, consumed 13,200 houses, 87 parish churches, St Paul’s Cathedral, and most of the buildings of the City authorities. It started at the baker’s house of Thomas Farriner on Pudding Lane after midnight on Sunday, 2 September 1666 and spread rapidly west across the City of London.

What are you going to see?

During the walking tour of the City of London, you will see the following sightseeing and landmarks:

1. Queen Anne Statue

2. St. Paul’s Cathedral

3. St Mary-le-Bow

4. Bank of England

5. The Royal Exchange

6. Banking Hall

7. Great Fire Monument

8. St Margaret Pattens Church

9. 20 Fenchurch Street

10. Leadenhall Market

11. Lloyd’s of London

12. St Andrew Undershaft

13. The Leadenhall Building

14. 30 St Mary Axe (The Gherkin)

15. St Helen’s Bishopsgate

16. Heron Tower

17. Guildhall

18. Church of St Alban

19. St Anne and St. Agnes Churchyard

20. Museum of London (Visiting)

Where is the meeting point?

A choice between your hotel (if centrally located) and a recommended meeting point. The ideal meeting point for this private tour is in front of of the Queen Ann statue, which is in front of St.Paul’s Cathedral (find it on the map). The nearest tube station is St.Paul on central line. Our recommendation for the starting time of the tour is between 9 AM and 1 PM. The duration of the tour is 3 hours.


Number of peoplePrice per group
Up to 4 people£140
From 5 to 10 people£160
More than 10 peopleNegotiable

For groups larger than 10 people, please send us an email on: for a group rate.

The price includes:

 Professional Tour Guiding Services in English


The price does not include:

Gratuities (optional)

Additional information


  • The walking tour is informative, but does not include entry into the mentioned buildings.
  • Please make sure you check the weather forecast. In case of rainy weather, please bring an umbrella.
  • We accept secure online payments via Stripe, once we confirm you availability for the tour