Why we love Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly is the bright spot of the central city London – symbolizing passion and excitement.  The famous bright digital advertising boards, in semblance to New York’s Time Square, represent the hub of London. Nearby, guests will find Regents Street, and the famous adjoining street of Oxford Street around the corner. Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden also cover the other side. In essence, those visiting London for the first time would do well by residing in a nearby accommodation such as the Londoncitysuites. Besides, the London city break packages make residing around the area are far more affordable than possible.

Piccadilly Circus

So the question is why is Piccadilly Circus so famous? Posters and postcards often don the spot as the focal attraction in the city. As mentioned, it comes down to the area being so connected to the best of the city.

Shopping massive in London, and the best luxury boutiques and stores can be found around Piccadilly Circus. They include famous household British department stores such as Debenhams, House of Frasers, and Selfridges. The same also applies to attractions such as the Casinos, the Stand-up comedy theatres, the Opera shows, the cinemas, and the exuberant, lavish restaurants – only the best of the best is found in Piccadilly Circus.

On top of that, all the events in the city tend to take centre stage here. The Regents Street Fashion and Design Month, for instance, takes place just a short walk away from Piccadilly Circus. The Buckingham Palace summer opening is not too far. The Grosvenor Film festival 2015 takes place around Mayfair. All the action unfolds here. Besides, London’s best museums are found here and include: The London transport museum, the Ripley’s believe it or not, and the Royal academy of Arts.

Late into the night, the area’s clubs open and Chinatown becomes a little more inviting. Street food vendors can be found, allowing you to try some of the most authentic Chinese food you can have. Plus, often times, there are street performers around Leicester Square performing break dance moves and other delightful acts. These attractions may appear more tempting while your hotel is no far from the attraction. One can book the stay at London City Suites by Montcalm for relaxing journey.

In the day time, visitors will be able to an enticing view of the Shaftesbury memorial fountain – which is the centre piece of Piccadilly Circus. Without a doubt, if you’re visiting London this summer or beyond, you’ll most certainly want to visit Piccadilly Circus. London just wouldn’t be the same without it. London walking tours will enable you to learn more about the history of the place should you seek to have it all during your time here. Piccadilly Circus epitomises the hustle and bustle of the capital – make sure you stay around the area when you book your accommodation. You won’t regret your choice.

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