With this guide to visit the St Paul's Cathedral in London You will have all the necessary information to not miss anything of this essential of the city and one of the places that we are sure, will surprise you.
Considered to be the most important religious building in London, where great historical events such as the funeral of Winston Churchill, 80 years of Queen Elizabeth or the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana have been celebrated, it is in addition to historical value, one of the The world's largest cathedrals with 111 meters high and has one of the best decorated interiors.
Based on the two times we visited this cathedral, the second in a month-long trip, during which we wrote this travel guide to London, we show you the best ways to visit St. Paul's Cathedral, how to get there, prices and schedules as well as how to book tickets, so you can choose the option that best suits your needs.
How to get to Saint Paul's Cathedral
the best way to get to st paul's cathedral in london Take the red line (Central) of the London Underground and get off at the St Paul's stop, located next to the cathedral. If you are not close to this line you can use the Circle line (yellow) or District Line (green) lines and get off at the Mansion House and Blackfriars stops, located just 5 minutes from the cathedral.
If you do not want to use the subway then take lines 4, 11, 15, 23, 25, 26, 100 and 242 of the typical city double-decker bus that stops nearby.
Tickets to St. Paul's Cathedral in London
He Ticket price to St. Paul's Cathedral is 22 euros If you buy at the box office and 19 euros if you book here in advance.
The entrance includes a multimedia audio guide in Spanish and the possibility of a free 90-minute tour with an English guide. These free visits are made from Monday to Saturday at 10 am, 11 am, 1 pm and 2 pm, and you have to register at the box office before you can enter the limited number of places that leave each day.
Keep in mind that the entrance to St. Paul's Cathedral in London It's free if you have the London Pass, a tourist card that includes more than 80 tourist attractions, including the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, The Shard viewpoint, the tourist bus and the Thames cruise.
For more information about this card you can consult this London Pass post.
Cathedral visiting hours: Monday to Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.