Image by Jörg Bauer

Gentlemen’s Shops in Piccadilly (1Km)

Map and Slideshow

4.5 mins

Route Map and slide show of the route

See the Route at Speed

2 mins

Experience what the route will look like at over 20 kph

Site Tour of the Route

26 mins

Know the Key sites along the route

History of the Area

4 mins

Get there and getting started – 360 Orientation along the way

360 Virtual view of the route

Return back to Interactive 360 Views of Central London

Additional Information and Links 

Image by Jörg Bauer

Gentlemen’s Shops in Piccadilly (1Km)

This shopping route takes you along a section of London’s famous Piccadilly  - the road that runs from Green Park Station to  Piccadilly Circus Station. It is famous for its iconic places such as The Royal Academy, the Ritz Hotel, Fortnum and Masons and Piccadilly Circus.  Piccadilly is at the crossroads between Mayfair to the north and St James’s to the south.  Piccadilly has been the main road since at least medieval times, and in the middle ages it was known as "the road to Reading".  By the middle of the 18th century, Piccadilly had become developed as far as Hyde Park Corner. The development of St James's and Mayfair, in particular, made Piccadilly into one of the busiest roads in London.

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WEEKEND EARLY MORNING

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Here are 6 ways to view the photo runs route ranging from seeing what the route looks like on a map, in 360, its sites or as if you were running it at speed.

There is also a detailed guided tour that looks at the area in Elizabethan times (1560), Victorian times (1850), and today.

Some of the longer videos have also been broken down into smaller Youtube videos to help you find the information you need more easily.

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