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 the centre of London due to their position so be aware of when you want... 更多
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 of London so expect everything to be closed at around 5 o clock
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 Courts of Justice at the west end (visit inside if you can). Also go behind... 更多
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 is not as extensive but is the best Information Centre I know in London -... 更多
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
Fleet Street is pure history - and besides that, it's just as alive as ever! History meets the present on this wonderful street in the heart of London, and Law meets the Press; if you enter Fleet Street from the Inns of Court, you become particularly aware of that - and since I've worked as a reporter and my boyfriend... 更多
Walking Fleet Street is like taking steps back in time. Many, many very historical pubs along the way for refreshment. The courthouses to visit. Make sure you wander into the many small alleyways to discover even more!
We strolled along Fleet street and I enjoyed the mix of old and new architecture. Some of the older buildings were very ornate and interesting. Look out for the home of DC Thomson,publishers of the Dandy and Beano- very fun window. We were surprised to find a statue of Mary, Queen of Scots, on a building.
Nothing spectacular on this street except The Royal Court of Justice.at one end of it in The Strand area. You can view The Cathedral of St. Paul from other end of this street. There are many offices, restaurants, Cafes, fast food joints and pubs on this street. Temple area is close by.