A walk from The Monument via Old Jewry and the City Livery Companies back via the Bank of England to St Paul's Cathedral.
This is Part 2 of a circular walk from St Paul's Underground (Zone 1 - Central Line)
We start at Monument on the Circle and District Lines Zone 1 but you can al
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Part 1 of a walk from St Paul's through the City of London to Monument.
Part 2 will return via Old Jewry and the City Livery Companies back via the Bank of England to St Paul's Cathedral.
We start at St Paul's Underground on the Central Line Zone 1. Our walk takes us down Cheapside to the
More than enough history for anyone on a short riverside walk.
We start at Tower Hill Underground station, on the Circle and District lines and the DLR (Docklands Light Railway). Tower Hill is also close to Fenchurch Street mainline station - Zone 1. Just outside the station is a place wit
This walk starts from St Paul's Underground Station on the Central Line Zone 1. The Central Line is one of the most useful, joining West and East London in one long continuous fast route.
Leaving the Tube, we pass Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece, St Paul's Cathedral. This domed building
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London's greatest walk - part 3.
All these three walks are good in their own right, and each is different. This final part goes from Hyde Park Corner to Kensington High Street. We start at Hyde Park Corner Underground (Piccadilly Line Zone 1) and look at the Wellington Arch. This is situat
London's greatest walk - part 2.
We start near Big Ben, leaving Westminster Underground (Jubilee, Circle and District lines - zone 1) via exit 4. As we look towards Parliament Square, we hear Big Ben strike 11 o'clock on a bright, sunny but cold day. Our walk starts at the Palace of Westmi
London's greatest walk - part 1.
This is the first of three walks, each of about an hour. The first walk starts at London Bridge Underground, zone 1, on the Northern and Jubilee Lines. Exit the station at the Tooley Street - Duke Street Hill exit. Cross the road by the pedestrian crossing
The weather is still cold and windy here in London. Too windy for a long walk, but bright and sunny. When the wind drops, I shall record my favourite walk - the best walk in London.
If you have limited time, or if you do nothing else during your visit, take this walk. It is 5.75 miles, fr