London's St Paul's district is rich in history and culture and gets its name from the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral. The impressive domes structure of this cathedral is emblematic in the London skyline and makes this riverside district one of the most visually beautiful areas in the city. The fourth building to occupy this space, Christopher Wren constructed St Paul’s atop Ludgate Hill during the reconstruction of London following the Great Fire.
You're welcome to explore the neighbourhood and learn about its many historical sites and cultural attractions. The most prominent of these is the more than 300-year-old St Paul's Cathedral. You can either explore the crypt and the numerous works of art on show, or you can climb to the very top of the dome for incredible views of the city. The Museum of London, which provides an intriguing look into the city's rich history from the Roman era to the present, is another popular attraction. Business travellers can enjoy a more relaxed experience by taking a stroll down the River Thames from their apartment in St Paul's and taking in sights like the Tower Bridge and the London Eye.
Surrounding your St Paul’s serviced apartment is an extensive collection of bars and eateries to choose from. Visit The Paternoster Chop House for traditional British meals with a contemporary touch, Leo’s popular Japanese, and the Happenstance is an ideal spot for business lunches or corporate events.
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