Tour in Italian: Temple, Twinings e Museo di Londr2 Reviews
The itinerary cover in the City of London, less tourists but very important: Temple Church, Orders of Lawyers, Royal Court of Justice and Museum of London. A stop in Twining's official shop gives the final touch. London's lovers will just adore this tour!
- Explore Temple area to see the very English part of the city
- Discover Twining's official shop – an unmissable taste where you'll have of perfect English tea
- Walk inside the Royal Court of Justice, one of the largest courts in Europe
- Get a bus to St. Paul's Cathedral, one of the most famous and most recognizable sights of London
- Visit the Museum of London for a chronological knowledge of the English capital
DescriptionItinerary starts from Temple station which gives the name to the famous church located in this area which was once dominated by the Knights Templar as their English headquarters, now main legal districts of the capital and a notable center for English law. Walking through this little street, squares and historical buildings you will find out one of the secret and fascinating aspect of London. Pop out in Fleet Street, the main newspaper road in '80, takes shape the impressive building of the Royal Court of Justice, a large grey stone edifice in the Victorian Gothic style opened by Queen Victoria in 1882. The court is opened to public so after a short security check you can have a visit inside. Before doing that, you'll stop in Twinings Shop. The famous tea brand occupies the same premises on the Strand since 1706. The firm's logo, created in 1787, is the world's oldest in continuous use! Here you can buy tea but also sometimes have a taste which is something very characteristic! A short bus trip on a double-decker bus, bring us to St Paul's Cathedral, mother church of the Diocese of London. Dating from the late 17th century, it was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the English Baroque style . The building was part of a major rebuilding program in the City after the Great Fire of London (1666). Behind the church you will walk across Paternoster Square, location of the London Stock Exchange, Postman's Park where there's a memorial to local heroes and you'll arrive at Museum of London. Museum of London, created in the 1960s and 1970s, documents the history of London from prehistoric to modern times so it would be useful to make a chronological visit and recap of the history of this city which you never finish to know.
IncludesItalian tour guide Museum and attractions entrance Bus ticket (£ 1,50 with Oyster Card/Contactless, free with travel card)
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