Piccadilly Circus is famous around the world for it's video display and neon signs mounted on the corner building on the northern side. The huge screens have been displaying adverts and brand messages since 1954. The circus is also home to the Shaftesbury memorial fountain and statue of Eros.
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This busy place is right next to regents street which has fabulous shops and places to dine!
One of the iconic views of London. The screens have recently been replaced. There are often buskers and street performers here. To get there from Lewisham: Take the National Rail train to Charing Cross and walk up through Trafalgar or Leicester Square
In Picadilly Circus you will find the big screens of London, from there you can walk to Leicester Square and have a look at M&M's store where you will be able to smell chocolate from far outside and just opposite to it you will find the famous Lego shop where you will find a replica of the Big Ben.
Piccadilly Circus is instantly recognizable, a square filled with bright lights and big electronic screens. Piccadilly Circus has been a busy London spot since the 17th century when it was a commercial hub. Today it is still the heart of the West End, with easy access from Piccadilly Circus to some…
Piccadilly Circus is a road junction and public space of London's West End in the City of Westminster, built in 1819 to connect Regent Street with the major shopping street of Piccadilly
Take a break from shopping and watch the world go by in one of London's busiest squares. Have your picture taken in front of the iconic advertising hoarding and statue of Eros.
London's most touristic square got its name from the fancy ruffled shirts - Picadils -made in the neighbourhood long ago. in the late 20th century the square veered toward the gimmicky and tack look - look no further than the gargantuan Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum. But it's trending back…
It is said that if you stand at Piccadilly Circus for long enough, then everyone you have ever met will eventually pass you by.
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