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Immerse Yourself in London Culture

The itinerary starts from Temple metro station. With a pleasant walk from the north bank of the Thames, we reach Temple Church, the Church of the Templars.

At one time the area was dominated by the Knights Templar, then by the Knights Hospitallers and today it is the seat of London’s legal activities.

Walking in these alleys, among ancient buildings and small gardens, you will discover one of the most fascinating faces of London! We are therefore on Fleet Street, the historic street of the newspapers, which owes its name to the Fleet river.

In front of us, an imposing building from the Victorian neo-Gothic period is outlined: the Royal Court of Justice, inaugurated by Queen Victoria in 1882. Given its proximity, we also make a trip to the historic Twinings shop, one of the most famous English tea brands in the world. The shop boasts three centuries of life; it opened in 1706 in the place where it is now!

On a double-decker bus, we enter the city itself and stop near St. Paul’s Cathedral, heading to the Museum of London. The rooms of the free museum offer a broad overview of the city of London. It is the ideal opportunity to learn more about its history, from the time of its foundation by the Romans to today. The tour ends at the end of the museum visit, very close to St. Paul’s metro.