Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square is a public space and tourist attraction in central London, UK. It features Nelson's Column at its centre.
Address: Trafalgar Sq, London
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Iconic - must see place
Suresh C , Charlotte, North Carolina, United States, 2015-05-21
Trafalgar Square is an iconic place of London and must see for any tourist or visitor. Huge sitting lion statues, Tall monument tower with Nelson, Beautiful looking National Gallery building are... read full review
Unfortunate timing for visit
Dale F , Hobart, 2015-05-20
The square was largely locked off in preparation for a concert, so no actual access to Nelson's Tower or the lions around the base. That being noted it was impressive and might have got 5 if I could... read full review
You forgot the pigeons
celine r , London, United Kingdom, 2015-05-19
I have been visiting Trafalgar square for many years .This was always the place to "feed the pigeons" We used to bring our own food but then it got commercialized and you had a seller with little... read full review
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  • New York Habitat, 28-02-2012

    Be sure to visit the largest square in London where you will find the tall Nelson’s Column and gorgeous fountains. Sit on the big steps leading up to the National Gallery for a fantastic view.

  • Bhanu, 24-10-2011

    Do visit the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery.

  • Otel.com, 11-10-2011

    This famous public space is home to the monument of Nelson's Column, surrounded by the iconic lion statues. Other notable features here include the 4 plinths and the fountains (amazing at night).

  • HISTORY UK, 11-08-2011

    Every year a Norway Spruce is erected here and decorated as part of the Christmas festivities. The tree is a gift of thanks from the Norwegians for Britain's support during the Second World War

  • HISTORY UK, 09-08-2011

    Every year a Norway Spruce is erected here and decorated as part of the Christmas festivities. The tree is a gift of thanks from the Norwegians for Britain's support during the Second World War

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