If you could, you should sit over the obelisk and look toward the Big Ben. You'll get an incredible view of the sunset.
About Trafalgar Square
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10 years ago this was a peaceful place to have a walkabout, rest, and relax. Now there are people dressed up as cartoon characters wanting you to pay them to take your photo with them, chalk artist that everywhere that yell at you if you...More
Visited the place on a slightly rainy day. There was construction going on so ha to look at it for a distance only. Have visited the place earlier, so a nice place to sit in the sun and surrounded by museums and shops.
Easy to use landmark location for access to the National Gallery and Portrait Gallery as well as St. Martins in the Fields. Souvenir shops are nearby and the pedestrian bridge across the Thames is only 3 blocks south of here at the Embankment.
This is just a square located between some very busy roads in central London. Yes, it’s near a lot of interesting places. Walking distance to Buckingham Palace and Westminster as well as The West End and Oxford Street. However as a destination you really won’t...More
Arguably the most visited place in London. The heart of the city and a photo ops with the lions and Nelsons column. Mayday is maybe the worst time as there are likely to be protests but else it busy and chaotic.