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Luggage storage Blackfriars Station
5 minutes from London Stock Exchange
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2 minutes from Cannon Street Train Station
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You walking around the buddy streets of London and your suitcases are always getting in the way of the people, bustling through their way to work. In addition, you just couldn’t wait to visit the St. Paul Cathedral, but it would create much noise to enter with your suitcases. That is why you should take advantage of the many Radical Storage luggage storage options near the St. Paul Cathedral, so you can visit it properly.
Don’t worry, because there are many Angels, local companies that team up with us, scattered across the city, that you can book for £5 per bag/per day, on our website or Radical app. In a few minutes, you could trust your luggage safely in the hands of our Angels and the vacation can continue.
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About St Paul Cathedral, in London UK
St. Paul's Cathedral in London is a world-renowned landmark that receives millions of visitors annually. It is a striking example of English Baroque architecture and boasts a rich history spanning almost 400 years.
The cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and construction began in 1675. The elegant dome that is now one of London's most iconic features was added in 1710. Visitors can explore the cathedral's grand interior which is adorned with intricate mosaics and murals, ornate marble carvings, and impressive sculptures.
The cathedral has witnessed many significant events throughout history, from the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer to the funeral of Sir Winston Churchill. The cathedral also played a pivotal role in World War II, becoming a symbol of resilience and hope for Londoners during the Blitz.
Today, St. Paul's remains an essential part of London's cultural and religious landscape. Visitors can climb to the top of the cathedral's dome for stunning views of the city or attend one of the many concerts or services held throughout the year. It is a must-visit attraction for anyone visiting London.
Things to do near the St. Paul Cathedral
Now that you have visited the splendid attraction that is the St. Paul’s Cathedral, there are countless other places that you can visit, while being in the area:
London Eye - for a fantastic view of the city, the perfect place to visit is definitely the London Eye. From up in the sky, London will look even more charming, so you would not regret visiting this enticing attraction.
National Gallery - If you are looking for a splendid way to end your vacation here in London, you should definitely pay a visit to the National Gallery and its amazing exhibitions.
Tate Modern Gallery - However, you should not forget to also visit the Tate Modern Museum, with some of the best collections of art pieces and artifacts from all over the world.
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