St. Paul’s Cathedral is a very important church in London, because many important ceremonies of the British royal family are held here. The traffic is to use the arched dome. The best place to enjoy the panoramic view of the church recommends the next shopping mall. There is a viewing platform on the roof. The vision is very good, and the nearby Millennium Bridge is also a check-in point for Harry Potter fans.
St. Paul’s Cathedral is the second largest domed church in the world and the first in the UK. It's also considered a landmark in London. You must come to see it after you come. It has always been a must-see for tourists. The church is very nice and has been renovated several times.
This was another gem in London! The interior and exterior of the building are beautiful...but if all the walking isn't enough exercise for you, brave the stairs and ascend to the upper levels. The first level will give a decent view of the cathedral down below. However, the second level is outdoors and you'll experience sweeping 360 degree views of London's skyline. This place should not be missed! I didn't make it up to the very top, there were a lot of stairs.
St Paul's Cathedral would definitely be my foremost landmark to visit in London purely for the love of design, architecture and historic significance. From the Great Fire of London in 1666 to the Blitz during WW2 it has seen devastation and rebirth twice. Even with the lateat editions to London's towering skyline this one monument holds control of the city's landscape.