Looking for things to do in London? The City Visitor Trail maps a route through the heart of the City, taking you past a range of famous attractions on a stroll through the historic heart of the capital.
Try the main trail and see St Paul's Cathedral, Guildhall, the Bank of England, Mansion House, the Monument, the Tower of London and Tower Bridge – along with a host of City churches, like the famous St Mary-le-Bow. On the way, take in the hidden gems of the City and discover hundreds of stories in the area also known as "the Square Mile".
You can also try the themed "side-tracks" – each one deviating from the main trail to give a more in-depth look at a particular part of the City, from history and heritage to architecture and culture.
The trail even shows places to stop off for a rest, where to shop, and where to look for food and drink. It's all you need to make the most of your time in the City.
You can also download the free City Visitor Trail app to hear stories about top City attractions from those who know them best. Available for Apple and Android smartphones.
Pick up a free map in the City Information Centre, Tower Bridge Exhibition, Guildhall or selected attractions and churches throughout the City.
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City Visitor Trail
Pick up a free map from the City Information Centre
St Paul's ChurchyardLondonEC4M 8BX
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