Marvel at St. Paul's Cathedral, set in the heart of London, and save time thanks to your priority-access ticket!
Built in 1675, St. Paul's Cathedral is a place of history. It was destroyed by fire and invaders four times, and nearly got destroyed during the Blitzkrieg. It hosted the funerals of Admiral Nelson and Winston Churchill, as well as the wedding of Lady Diana and Prince Charles.
Don't waste any time waiting in line at the entrance thanks to your priority-access ticket, and discover this emblematic monument, which now has a very strong symbolic value for Londoners. Look up and admire its 110-metre high dome, the second highest in Europe. Go down into the crypt, then climb the 528 steps to the Golden Gallery and enjoy breathtaking views over London.