Like Times Square in New York and the Avenida del 9 del Julio, Piccadilly Circus has bright neon advertising signs and is a reference point for the city.
The famous statue of Eros in Piccadilly Circus is made of aluminium and is one of the symbols of London. Around it one of the world's busiest traffic circle.
You'll see the statue of Eros always surrounded by lots of tourists here + these famous neon displays.
This is a pretty well-known area of London (probably because of its funny name) that has some interesting shopping and eating joints.
Most celebrated traffic circle in London is Piccadilly Circus located in West End district. You'll see big commercial headlines and the statue of Eros in the middle.
Okay, there is this nice Eros statue, hundreds of people and as many pigeons, and traffic jams all day long,...some might wonder why this place is so famous. So judge yourself.
Here you can meet all your favorite singers and music band players. A walk through the musical history!
A lot of 'stars' are made in wax...and som look very real!
At Piccadilly Circus you find the statue of Eros made my Alfred Gilberts. In this area you will find a lot of shopping centers, cinemas, nightclubs, restaurants, pubs and theaters.
When walking around, you'll probably come across Piccadilly Circus. It's an interesting 'circus' with lots of color.
Pethaps one of the most famous 'squares' in the world, Picadilly circus (its ROUNDED!), here you can see the Oxford Street, this was actually taken during the peak hour.
Picadilly Circus. In this building there is a famous Wax museum. But I skipped that place this time.
One must see Piccadilly Circus and the surrounding sights. It's accessible easily with the Tube, the famous London train.
It reminded me of Time Square in New York with all the billboards and bright lights. There are lots of shops and restaurants in this area. There are many interesting people to look at too.