Mohr Pedestrian Street is a popular place to go, it is a must see when visiting London, feel the Queen's street often, it is all so good! There are really many tourists too! The greening is very good!
A main street in front of Buckingham Palace has greenery on both sides. The whole street is also very spacious. Although it seems to have a driveway, you can hardly see any cars. But in the neat line of guards, you can see the horse riding army.
The pedestrian street is often the only way for the Queen’s patrol. Both sides of the road are also a good angle for many people to take photos.
I really like the huge green space on the south side of the road, the environment is special, and there are artificial lakes, etc.
From Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace, the Walk of Moore is a beautiful tree-lined walkway that you can imagine the royal feats of this place over the years, including coronation, state visits and royal weddings.
That grand stretch from Buckingham Palace leading all the way to Trafalgar Square decorated with Union Jack on each side. If you visit London do not miss walking down this road as you'll remember it from the many television broadcast of royal events. It is quite an iconic stretch in UK.
The Mall is a a road from Buckingham Palace to Trafalgar Square. It's nothing spectacular, but we walked down The Mall on our way to Buckingham Palace and I really liked it. There are lots of trees and St. James's Park is just right next to this street.
When we walked along here and did not aware of The Mall and ignored it.
No, this is not a mall. It is The Mall - the connection between Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace. The passage is sided by some galleries and much open space. It is one of London's sites for pomp and circumstance.
A great place to stroll around and take some time. The place is oozing with history. It's definitely worth a stroll down from trafalgar!