This is the oldest and the most inspiring part of London. It is home to the Museum of London, the magnificent St, Paul's Cathedral, the Temple, several pre-1666 churches, the Tower of London, and the remnants of a Roman past.
The mighty financial & business centre impresses with its architecture, with buildings like the Bank of England, Lloyd's of London and St Mary Axe, known as the 'Gherkin' for it's tall, rounded, pickle like shape, rising up into the unique skyline best appreciated from the Millennium Bridge.
Across the river is the fabulous Tate Modern gallery, boasting 7 floors of the finest modern art, and a vast 160 metre exhibition hall spanning the length of the building. Home from Home have many London City Apartments on our books.
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