Points of Interest

  • arrow St Pauls Cathedral
  • arrow Tower Bridge
  • arrow Tower of London
  • arrow Museum of London
  • arrow Temple Church


  • arrow The Shard
  • arrow Sky Garden
  • arrow Old Spitalfields Market
  • arrow The Royal Exchange
  • arrow City of London Police Museum

The London centre of business and typically referred to as ‘The City’ or ‘Square Mile’ is the hub for London’s financial institutions. This is an area with key architectural points of reference in abundance, such as the Temple Church. Located between Fleet Street and the River Thames, the Temple was built by the Knights of Templar as their English HQ and is most definitely a must see. Visitors can also experience the incredible street food of Spitalfields Market or purchase a unique jewellery piece. Transport options are in abundance here. With an Airport (London City Airport) The Docklands Light Railway, Thames Clippers Service, as well as the Underground.

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