After the police station on your left is St Mary Aldermanbury Garden.(There is an accessible public toilet south on Aldermanbury).
It takes about two hours, and covers 2.4km, but could take longer, depending on the time spent in gardens.
For a shorter walk, the route can be started or finished at Moorgate underground station, between Section 1 and Section 2.
Continue down Gresham Street, taking the second left on to Wood Street.
Walk up Wood Street and turn right on to Love Lane.
This walk explores nearly 2000 years of London's history, with gardens built around Roman remains and church ruins, the gardens of city livery companies, and those made in churchyards and on bombsites after WW2.
The walk starts and finishes at St Paul's underground station.A new church, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, was largely completed in 1681.The site suffered bomb damage in WW2, and the church was restored in keeping with Wren's design.Today it is well known as an international financial centre, but its importance dates back to Roman times, when it was known as Londinium and was bounded by the London Wall.During the medieval period, trade associations known as livery companies played a prominent role in the City, and their influence continues to this day.There is a variety of places to eat and drink close to St Paul's underground station, as well as at a number of other points along the way.