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Law and literature takes you on a stroll through the heart of London's legal and literary districts.

See the old home of British journalism on Fleet Street, the place where Dr Johnson compiled his English dictionary, and the home of two Inns of Court – all amid beautiful surroundings.

If you're just looking, allow about an hour. If you're going into the attractions, you should allow half a day.

On this walk, you'll see:

The Law and literature trail is best for literary buffs and those interested in the history of British law.

There's also some great architecture and a host of stories, like how the tiered wedding cake came into being.


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