Books such as Harry Potter, The Woman in White and Mrs. Dalloway hold a mention of it but Tottenham Court Road is at its best when experienced on your own. The famous Road lying at the junction of Oxford Street and Charring Cross Road is worth visiting. This one way stretch has been popularized in literary fiction and even in a couple of movies but its true glory cannot be captured in either form.

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Tottenham Court Road London even brought the musical legend, Pink Floyd, to come and hold many a concerts. This very famous road has also earned references in the lyrics of Underworld’s Born Slippy and NUXX and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s song “Grizabella the Glamour Cat”, from his musical, Cats. A few other singers from popular bands mentioned Tottenham Court Road in their songs.

Besides earning accolades, Tottenham Court Road is important for shopping as well. Specializing in consumer electronics, you can get anything from cables to various kinds of computer components. Even those interested in audio-video systems can find something to capture their curiosity. There are a number of furniture shops as well which are worth a look.

Not only does Tottenham Court Road London cater to shopping needs but your desire for some action will also be fulfilled. The Spearmint Rhino chain of lap-dancing clubs opened their very first branch on this road in 2001 to give it quite a reputation!

The southernmost point of the Road is near to the British Museum and even to Centre Point, the tallest building in West End. With numerous bus routes in addition to three London underground Stations that serve the road, Tottenham Court Road is highly accessible. Visiting the road satisfies your craving for fun and shopping both so don’t leave out this fashionable Road when you set of to see London at its best.

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