Always something going on here. Street performers, crowds of people trying to get the perfect shot of the lions. The national art gallery, and portrait gallery are also here.
About Trafalgar Square
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Always worth a wander around Trafalgar square, always full of people and a great place to people watch, fountains looked really cold.
Naturally, with the National Gallery at your feet and Covent Garden just around the corner, it's a great place to start exploring the centre. You're also walking distance from Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Regent Street, all the way to Oxford Circus. For me, it's...More
With the bustle of school groups from UK and the Continent, locals having lunch, making a statement, or rush to and fro, and lot of tourists, this Square seems to be crossroads for the entire city. Nice views and easy to navigate with principal monuments,...More
As a great fan of British films of the 50's, 60's and 70's this iconic site often features. I promised myself that when I get to London I would go there just to stand in the square an absorb the atmosphere. For me a great...More
A great place to visit with The Sainsbury Gallery near by which is free. There are many places to walk from here including, The Strand - Piccadilly - Leicester Square - Downing Street. So much to see.
Exactly as loud, crowded and full of tourists as you'd expect, but don't let it put you off! There's often events here - demonstrations, choirs, festivals, etc. But even on a normal day it's nice to just stop by and see the lions. :)