£10 (adult) 1 hour 45 mins About a mile away
London has had many fires over its two thousand years of history, but those that define its modern history were caused by a large number of Luftwaffe bombs (the Blitz, in the 1940s) and a bakery fire in Pudding Lane (in 1666). Discover how the city was reborn with the London's Burning walking tour - beginning at the City of London Visitors' Centre, south of St. Paul's Cathedral - each Monday at 2pm. (Nearest tube: St Paul's)
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