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Truly a good experience to be in. Ambience is too good. unfortunately, You are not allowed to take inside pics even in mobile. But indeed an experience to cherish.
No long queues, video audio made it very easy to listen and understand the history. Was amazing and definitely recommend
A must see in London. The electronic guide was essential to understand what you were viewing. Spectacular.
We booked tickets through Viator, but registered at the front desk for a guided tour I think they start on the hour from memory. The volunteer guide brought the history to life and was very informative and interesting. This is a stunning cathedral, which I preferred over Westminster Abbey.
We visited St Paul's with the benefit of a guide just register at the front desk - the guide brought the history to life and was very informative. A stunning cathedral which I enjoyed more than our visit to Westminster Abbey.
We spent four hours in St Paul's. So much to see and learn. Climb to the Whispering Gallery. The cafe serves good food and coffee, if a little expensive. This is often a site missed by visitors to London, but should not be. The docents are always nearby and are very knowledgeable.
We enjoyed St. Paul's very much and the audio guide was so helpful.
If you like cathedrals, this is one to see. The climb to the whispering area was fun and the view was great. Disappointed no pictures even flashless were allowed.
Fine, our granddaughter lover the audio-guide and the possibility of climbing to the Whispering Gallery and the balcony outside.
Highly recommend this tour, it was an excellent value and provided us with a top notch guide through the Cathedral, she was one of the best guides we had on the several tours that we took of London.
Well worth a visit as the interior is spectacular. Allow plenty of time to wander around as the history of the place is awesome. Unfortunately you are not allowed to take photos or videos so I can't share these with you.
Mary Lou W United States of ...
We had seen Westminster Abbey on a previous visit to London, but we weren't able to squeeze in St. Paul's. We are so glad that we made it a point to go there on this vacation. It was beautiful, and we so enjoyed climbing to the Whispering Gallery, then the Stone
Gallery, and finally to the top, where there were magnificent views of London. The cathedral is impressive, and the crypt added much to our tour.
Got there fairly early to avoid the queues and chose to walk around at our own pace with the head phones and audio equipment supplied. There were free tour guides to join but we like the option of moving on to the next thing whenever we like so went on our own. We climbed all the way to the top and was totally worth the effort for those that can. Loved it all and would definitely recommend seeing.
I could visit to St. Paul's Cathedral. We were traveling with three people who had never been to London before and he wanted to make sure that they were able to experience the visit. This cathedral is where princess Diana got married.
jnecker United States of ...
Wonderful way to see St Paul's Make sure you ask about the guided tour times when you arrive. We had an excellent tour guide who was a volunteer and we enjoyed having a person guide us not just the audio tour.
I was glad I went ahead and bought the entrance ticket ahead of time so we didn't have to stand in line to buy one.
Another gorgeous church steeped in history and art. The audio tour was very helpful. Recommend.
I visited this place in early Feb - the walk in ticket counter was nearly empty so there was no need to buy the priority entrance. The church itself is a beautiful place. Too bad no photo or video allowed inside.
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