The city of London is an area of rich contrasts. Initially, this was the place where London came into being in the form of a Roman settlement created in the 1st century AD. Into the medieval era, the City was bound by walls until London as a whole expanded to become the sprawling metropolis it is today.
It is this rich history which gives City its sense of contrast. One the one hand it is a relatively small area set out upon a blueprint created over 2000 years ago. On the other it is home to the financial institutions which drive as much as 3% of the UK’s economy. Likewise, ancient buildings and monuments rub shoulders with spectacular examples of modern architecture and, whilst the City is a thriving hub of activity during the week it empties out at the weekend. The workers who toil in the aforementioned financial institutions head for their homes at the end of the working week, making this the perfect time to visit and explore the City.
The financial and economic importance of the City – with as many as 300,000 people travelling in to work there every day. Probably goes a long way towards explaining how well served it is by the London underground. There are no fewer than 9 tube stations in the City, including Aldgate, Blackfriars and St Paul’s. Anyone visiting has access to eight different lines including Circle, Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan, District and Northern. The fact that it sits within Zone 1 means that many of the major London attractions are within quick and easy travelling distance. Whether by underground train or bus, whilst the attractions of the City itself are close enough together to be explored on foot.
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Historical buildings within the City include St Paul’s Cathedral, the Guildhall, the Mansion House and the Bank of England. Many of these building are open to the public and other cultural attractions include the Museum of London, the Barbican Art Gallery and the Temple of Mithras, the remains of a Roman Temple which were unearthed following the Second World War.
By way of contrast, the City is also home to some of the most iconic and exciting modern buildings in the whole of London. Although they all have official names and addresses, the most easily recognisable and distinctive skyscrapers are probably better known by nicknames such as ‘The Walkie-Talkie’, ‘The Gherkin’ and ‘The Cheesegrater’.
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