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Reviewed 7 June 2017

This is not necessarily a must-see for London, but it is kind of a must-do. There are not really a lot of things to see right along the street, but for those exploring London on foot (and it should be explored on foot more often...More

Thank Edward W
Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

Fleet Street was the preserve of the Newspaper Barons until they moved out in the 1980s to cheaper premises elsewhere. The Street has had a radical makeover in recent years and now houses the offices of Investment Banks, Management Consultants, and other Professionals. It is...More

Thank AshleyAzavedo
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

From Royal Courts of Justice to St Paul's Cathedral there is a lot of history to be discovered around Fleet St.

Thank es-travler
Reviewed 16 May 2017

This street is the former home of the printing and newspaper industry. All the major newspapers relocated their offices and printing presses during the 1980's for cheaper premises elsewhere. The street now has shops and takeaways to serve the management consultants and investment specialists offices...More

1  Thank nellielim
Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

Yes many years previously this used to be the centre of publishing and many of the big names were here including the Mirror, The Sun and the Spreadsheets also - nowadays it is restaurants and shops although these do not open the same times as...More

Thank streakey
Reviewed 10 March 2017 via mobile

This area is still a great area of historical interest although the newspaper aspect has now changed from this area after so many years of then having the hierarchy of Fleet Street There are still interesting to see and visit although this is the city...More

Thank badmintontim
Reviewed 23 February 2017

You can take a bus down the length of Fleet Street in 5 minutes and you will get a great view of St Paul's Cathedral but will think there is no much to see. You would be wrong. It is worth walking from The Royal...More

Thank sheepygold
Reviewed 26 January 2017

Used a walking tour of the Old City from an old book - very interesting to see the changes since the book was published. I miss the Information Centre that used to be on Lower Regent Street. The Centre across the street from St. Paul's...More

Thank happyLondonfan
Reviewed 22 January 2017

The whole of London's financial district buttons up tight after 5 p.m. And is deadly quiet ona Saturday night. If you're looking for nightlife, or just life, go to Picadilly or Southwark. On the financial and legal business streets there are few pedestrians and all...More

Thank Karen F
Reviewed 30 November 2016

if you are planning a visit to St Paul's spend some time in Fleet Street which is nearby as it has a lot of history and some of the buildings associated with the famous newspapers are still there and operating

Thank Oldjack
City of London
From its ancient past as a Roman trading outpost to
its 21st century status as the wealthiest square mile
in the world, the financial district known simply as
“The City” is one of London's most historic and
fascinating neighbourhoods. Here high rise office
towers such as Norman Foster’s Gherkin mingle with
Roman ruins and architectural marvels from virtually
every era in between, including Christopher Wren's
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