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The Great Admiral Nelson. Where to go in London if you're into History

The Great Admiral Nelson. Where to go in London if you're into History
Starts from

London

Duration

7 Hours

Transportation

On Foot

Length

4 km

Guidance

Self-Guided

Categories

History and Culture
Admiral Horatio Nelson is one of Britain's foremost national heroes. Commander of the British fleet in the major naval battles of the Napoleonic wars, including the famous Battle of Trafalgar, which took place on 21 October 1805, he is one of the symbols of the maritime power of Britain in the XIX century.
London is home to many famous landmarks associated with Napoleon. We suggest taking a walk around them.
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  • Sit in a pub.
  • Visit the Royal Naval Museum.
  • Go down to Nelson's tomb at St Paul's Cathedral.

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From central London to the Greenwich Peninsula
Day 14 km34 km

From central London to the Greenwich Peninsula

Places associated with the figure of Admiral Nelson hold a special meaning for patriotic Britons. And those who are keen on history quite often take such routes to places of military glory.
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