Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus London United Kingdom

Piccadilly Circus in London is a place of a famous illuminated advertising, with the first signs put there as early as 1910. Piccadilly Circus is a road junction for several London streets, including Regent street, Piccadilly street and Shaftesbury Avenue.

What's nearby:

  • Regent Street - one of the most famous London shopping destinations

  • Piccadilly Street - with beautiful LeMeridian Piccadilly, Park Lane Hotel, St. James's Church, designed and built by Sir Christopher Wren; cafes, bars and restaurants

  • Fortnum & Mason - also on Piccadilly Street, the legendary food and wine store, also famous for its Afternoon Tea

  • Waterstones - one of the largest bookstores in London

  • Her Majesty's Theater - a home to The Phantom of the Opera in London

  • National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery - free-admission museums in London

  • Queen's Theater - current home for one of the longest-running musicals in London, Les Miserables.