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St Paul's Church, London

Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • It is close to my sister's House, it has a nice garden, also offers part of the Church to make party for children. A service wonderful for the community.
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  • The Cathedral of San Pablo, an of the jewels of the architecture London. Home events real here Diana and Charles were married, they celebrated family events of royalty and keeps an underground Crypt with tombs and memorials of characters in contemporary history. The entrance can be purchased online previously or lining up in the same Cathedral. Out around 20 pounds for adults and includes an audio guide in several languages. Majestic!
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  • Nice j hesitated with Westminster because considering the price it was one of the 2! J have not been blown away nice view of all up there (256 steps) for the less adventurous there's an elevator. And the crypt is very pretty
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  • Big, bold and enchanting. Such a masterpiece. That's how I would describe St Paul's cathedral. You straight away feel at peace the moment you enter this temple of worship from the surrounding hustle and bustle. You can go up towards the dome, through a set of stairs to get a look down view. The interior wall decorations are out of the world. Credit cards accepted. Toilets available. Free entry during worship and mass times. Highly recommended. Prince Charles and Lady Diana got married here many moons ago.
  • An amazing cathedral with fascinating history. The audio tour is very interesting and informative. You can also climb up to the very top, that is wonderful. I don't mind the £18 tourist admission. There is no fee to those who want to attend Mass or pray.
  • The dominant skyline of the City of London, crowned by the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral rebuilt after the Great Fire of London. As I walk along this bridge across the Thames, I could feel the majestic rise of its dome as it looms ever larger the closer I approach. St Paul is a very much the epicentre of London heritage, bearing witness to many storied events in the capital’s history. Starting from the devastation of the Great Fire where the cathedral is rebuilt, to the Great Wars and the Blitz of London, to happy times such as jubilee celebrations and weddings, notably of the Prince and Princess of Wales. St Paul of course looks stunning at night, framed by the Millennium bridge. Climbing up St Paul's is a must if you can manage. Buy your tickets in advance and get in early so you can be on of the first to Climb without waiting too long in line. Midpoint, experience yourself the whispering gallery which is pretty cool. And onwards towards the dome. A very gruelling climb.
  • Absolutely magnificent cathedral. Would recommend getting the free audioguide- explains everything with more detail. Loved going up to the whispering gallery! Definitely beware, the whispering gallery is NOT someplace for people who are afraid of heights!
  • Amazing, with a bit of money to pay, you get an amazing cathedral and with possibility to climb the narrow stairs to get a wonderful view of london. Definitely Worth the money and you must go here if you are in london
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