Trafalgar Square and its vicinity has plenty to do for tourists. The vicinity is dotted with various restaurants as well as other attractions like:
– National Gallery
-St Martin-in-the-fields concerts
-The Fourth Plinth
-British Optical Association Museum
Apart, from the attractions which we mentioned above, you can also witness the Horse Guards Parade. Around Trafalgar Square, there are plenty of old buildings which are associated with the cavalry as well as Horse Guards Parade. You can witness the changing of the guard at around 11 in the morning each and every day. Also, there is the daily inspection in the afternoon at 4 PM as well. In addition to that, you can also pay a visit to the household cavalry museum.
After witnessing the rich architectural as well as cultural heritage of London, if youíre a bit hungry, you can visit the numerous restaurants in the vicinity like:
-Portrait restaurant(0.15 mi)
-The Admiralty(0.06 mi)
-Prezzo-St Martinís Lane(0.15 mi)
-Leicesters Square Kitchen(0.15 mi)
Trafalgar Square is one of the most famous landmarks which is associated with London. Also, it is busy throughout the day and therefore plan your visit accordingly. It is also nearby many of the other tourist attractions like:
-House of parliament
Thus, you can easily plan your trip in association with the other tourist attractions which you would be able to cover in a short period of time while on your way to Trafalgar square. All in all, when youíre on your trip to London, it is well worth your time to head over to Trafalgar Square.