What you shouldn’t miss out on St Pauls Cathedral


Wherever you go, you don’t want to miss out. To feel like there’s some great part of the city you’ve not managed to discover brings forward feelings of “what could have been.” To mitigate such a potential issue, we’ll be sharing some attractions which we feel you simply must not miss out on. Yet, many do because they’re not as known as places such as: The Tower of London, Big Ben, the London Eye, and the British Museum etc.

The Grandest of Cathedrals in London, St Pauls, is a beautiful combination of beauty, beauty, and opulence. On the outside, it might not seem particularly huge, but on the inside, visitors will be able to understand just how grand this venue is. In fact, it’s the second biggest cathedral in Europe, and it’s a shame many overlook the venue.

St. Paul's Cathedral church

Far from being a place uniquely of worship, it’s a place that offers cathartic views of the London River Thames. No photography is allowed inside, so very little can be shown – but most people have found the inside of the cathedral to be magnificent.

Visitors will be given a complimentary audio guide – which provides insights and a whole host of helpful information pertaining to the venue. This is an attraction that’s been ranked 30th in the number of things to do in London, and that explains why many eschew in favour of the more popular tourist destinations. But we recommend it because it’s different to most of the attractions people visit on a holiday in London. For worthy accommodations in Paddington London, consider the Park Grand Paddington Court London hotel.

The venue was consecrated in 1708, and sits at the highest point of the city of London. It’s open for visits between Monday-Saturday, from 7:30AM to 5pm. Even if you haven’t built the habit of visiting temples of religious significance during your travels, we invite you to make an exception here in London.