The route goes past London's most iconic landmarks. Take in fabulous views of Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Column, the Shard and the London Eye to name a few. Discover more below.

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Nelson'sColumn

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The monument to Admiral Nelson built in Trafalgar Square is over 50 meters tall.

Royal Courtsof Justice

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Opened by Queen Victoria, the Royal Courts of Justice house some of the highest courts in England and Wales.

SomersetHouse

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Built in the sixteenth century, once a royal palace it is now a hub for art and culture in London.

LondonEye

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The world’s tallest observation wheel, you can see for 40km on a clear day!

St Paul'sCathedral

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A masterpiece by Sir Christopher Wren, the present cathedral is at least the fourth to have stood on the site.

Bank ofEngland

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Also known as the ‘Old Lady’ of Threadneedle Street, the Bank of England is the central bank of the UK.

TheGherkin

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The Gherkin, located in the City, is over three times the height of Niagara Falls.

CheeseGrater

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The Leadenhall Building is commonly known as ‘The Cheesegrater’ because of its distinctive wedge shape.

Monument

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Built to commemorate the Great Fire of London, its height (61 meters) is the exact distance from the start of the fire.

Towerof London

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Built by William Conqueror in 1066, the Tower is home to the Crown Jewels and other treasures.

The Shard

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The tallest building in Western Europe, it is modelled on a shard of glass, and made of 11,000 panels.

Big Ben

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London’s famous clock tower chimed for the first time on 11th July 1859.

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