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The City

London, founded by the Romans around 50 AD, derives its name from a Celtic word meaning ‘the place of the bold one’.
In 1666 came the great fire of London, and from then on things began to change. A new Houses of Parliament was built in 1834. Westminster Cathedral was built in 1903, and huge museums arose. London was booming, and today it is one of the largest, most cosmopolitan and vibrant cities in the world, with a heritage that tourists from around the world come to marvel at.


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Trafalgar Square

Curious AboutTrafalgar Square is in the City of Westminster, at the heart of London. One of the most vibrant open spaces you'll find, it is home to artists, demonstrations, and national celebrations. Rich in history it is bounded by magnificent art galleries, an ancient historic church and Admiralty Arch. You'll also experience historic St James's Square, Jermyn Street famous for its shirtmakers and tailors, as well as Pall Mall and The Mall - and not forgetting Buckingham Palace, home to the Queen.
Take our fabulous walks of discovery, and have fun finding answers to clues which tell you more, whilst reading our stories about the most interesting facts.

First Walk
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St James's Square to Trafalgar Square

From the elegance of a famous London Square, home now to many powerful companies, you pass along Jermyn Street – a street for gentlemen looking for exclusive shirts, shoes, cigars and haircuts. Walk down a typical arcade with quirky shops and busy people. Along Pall Mall with its gentlemen’s clubs, before opening out onto Trafalgar Square, the centre of London, bustling with tourists immersed in history
(1.5 miles / 2.4 kms).
Second Walk
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Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace

From the excited tourists at the foot of Nelson’s Column you pass under Admiralty Arch and into the peaceful haven of The Mall. Horse Guards Parade initially to the left, followed by St James’s Park, and elegant but imposing buildings to the right. Divert next along streets from bygone times, before returning to the Mall with Green Park to the right, and the regal splendour and attraction of Buckingham Palace, straight ahead (1.25 miles / 2 kms).

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We're developing walks in new locations all the time.
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