We left Buckingham Palace along Moore Avenue, known as Concierge Avenue, a veritable boulevard with Buckingham Palace at one end and Naval Arch at the other. The two are not far apart and can be clearly seen from each other. This geographic connection between the palace and the navy may reflect the time when the powerful naval forces created the British Empire "the Sunset Empire". Remarks "comments" Netizens comment a little "unreliable". It's not a shopping pedestrian street, but a pedestrian street in front of Buckingham Palace.
The main street in front of Buckingham Palace is greened on both sides and the whole street is spacious. Although there seems to be a lane, there is hardly any car in sight, but there is a neat line of guards. You can see the horse-riding army. The pedestrian street is often the only way for the Queen's patrol. The whole road is also a good angle for many people to take photos. I like the huge green land on the south side of the road. The special environment is also equipped with artificial lakes and so on.
Moore Pedestrian Street is a famous shopping street in London. It passes from Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace. The street is very distinctive in architecture and the goods sold in the shops are also diversified. Pedestrian Street is one of the busiest streets in London. It is still crowded after 10 p.m.
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.
Great day out
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!