Originally called King's Square, this square was first laid out in the year 1961. It was named after King Charles II, and his statue graces still graces the center of the square. It is considered the most prestigious address of various London media organizations. The French Protestant Church and St. Patrick's Catholic Church also stand in the vicinity of the square. The place is a favorite spot for picnics and people come here to unwind after an eventful day of shopping and sightseeing. If you're looking to grab a bottle of beer and chill with friends, then Soho Square has a number of watering holes too.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Tottenham Court Road