The Mall is London’s primary ceremonial road which leads from Trafalgar Square through Admiralty Arch, past Clarence House, to Buckingham Palace. The 1km, tree-lined road, which is laid out like a giant red carpet, is used for royal processions and national celebrations. The Mall also plays an important part in the Changing the Guard and Trooping the Colour ceremonies. A stroll down here is a memorable experience with the best of London’s architecture all around and Buckingham Palace sitting proudly at its western end. There is also the added bonus of numerous attractions lining both sides of the road. Why not have a wander around The Mall Galleries, escape the hustle and bustle in St James’s Park, or have a selfie with the Captain James Cook Statue. There really is so much to do along this world-famous street!