Trafalgar Square

London, England
4.6 / 5
The famous square in central London, a symbol of the city beloved by tourists and the place where the British "zero kilometer" passes. Numerous holidays and festivals are held here, in winter the country's main Christmas tree is established. The square appeared in 1820 on the site of the old Whitehall stables. The place is named after the victory of the British in 1805 in a naval battle at Cape Trafalgar.
Trafalgar Square
Address:Trafalgar Square, London
Phone:+44 20 7983 4750


One of the best known squares in London. Buzzing atmosphere, with numerous performers. Surrounded by great architecture; National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, St Martin in the Fields and more. The fountains are pretty, and the iconic statue at.. Read more »


Have visited Trafalgar Square several times over the years and this has to be one of the most visited areas in London. You get a terrific view from the top of the stairs overlooking the square, with large fountain below. Apart from the hordes of tou.. Read more »


Beautiful place indeed! A person spends 30-60 minutes here. Its scenic place and the national gallery is just nearby. It's a lively place, there will be people playing guitar, singing songs and much more. You don't have to visit this place specially.. Read more »


What else can you say about the majestic Trafalgar Square other than your own personal amazement as you walk up the stairs from the tube at the sheer scope of the monument honouring Lord Nelson and the victory of the Royal Navy over Napoleon in 1805.. Read more »


Was there couple months ago. What a beautiful place to visit except the many pigeons poo every were. Took some nice photos, would recommend to visit again.


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