St Martin's-in-the-fields is a stunning Georgian church located off Trafalgar square.

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Trafalgar Square
A beautiful historic square in the heart of London and one of the city's top tourist attractions.
National Gallery
One of the most famous art museums in the world, it houses work spanning from the middle ages to the modern era.
Turner's The Fighting Temeraire
The National Gallery houses several of Turner's larger than life paintings of seascapes and storms.
Van Gogh's Sunflowers
One of the National Gallery's 30 Must See Paintings, Van Gogh's Sunflowers is only one of his numerous paintings on display.
Caravaggio's Salome Receives the Head of John the Baptist
Caravaggio's is known as one of the masters of chiaroscuro techniques to capture the emotion of his subjects.
Canaletto's A Regatta on the Grand Canal
Canaletto's numerous, highly detailed works are on display throughout the world, with several on display at The National Gallery.

Related Tours

The Heart of London: Iconic Squares and Royal Streets
  • Admire Trafalgar Square, named after Britain’s most famous Naval victory.
  • View the stunning St-Martins-in-the-Fields, the gorgeous Georgian church on the North-West of Trafalgar Square.
  • Explore Covent Garden, the former market is now which is now famous for its varied street performers.
  • Visit Piccadilly Circus, an iconic hub of the city, which always has a vibrant atmosphere.
  • Marvel at the London home of the British Royal family, an essential part of British history.
  • Spend an hour in the National Gallery, or discuss your plan for your London trip over a coffee.

This area of central London is one of the most exciting and vibrant parts of the city. It is steeped in history and includes Trafalgar square which is dedicated to Britain’s famous victory over the French and Spanish fleets at Trafalgar. You will explore this area at your own pace and your guide will discuss the history of this famous battle. Your guide will introduce you to Horatio Nelson, the British commander who died during the battle and has a towering column dedicated to him in the centre of the square. The Amba Charing Cross hotel is located around 3 minutes from here. This establishment has an interesting history and it is rumoured that Jack the Ripper even stayed here as evidence suggests he left behind a mysterious black bag which the police tried to identify him by. It also suffered from heavy German bombing during world war two which meant the whole set of top floors had to be rebuilt.

Next you will see the St-Martins-in-the-Fields, the stunning Georgian church built with a neoclassical design. You will explore the bustling hubs of Piccadilly circus and Covent garden, walking past some of the world famous theatres of the West End. Next you will walk to Buckingham Palace, the London home of the royal family and one of the most iconic sites in London. Finally, you have the option to visit the National Gallery and view the amazing selection of work on display. Or alternatively you can discuss the best sites and places to visit for the rest of your stay in London with your expert local guide. 


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