Interesting Walk Around Mayfair in Greater London

Interesting Walk Around Mayfair in Greater London

Turn L outside Bond Street tube station and then turn sharp L into pedestrianised South Molton Street. At end of road turn L into Brook Street. Cross over road and walk along cobbled R-H alley, Lancashire Court, which opens out into courtyard. Just past Hush restaurant you`ll find Elemis Day Spa.

2nd Walking Route – Fenwick Department store to Conduit Street

Turn L here and cross road to reach Fenwick department store. Turn R and walk along Brook Street to reach Hanover Square. At statue of young William Pitt turn R into St George Street, walk past St George`s Church and L at end on to Conduit Street.

3rd Walking Route – Savile Row to Piccadilly Circus

Take next R into Savile Row, road of fine suits. At end bear L and then R into Sackville Street. Turn R along Piccadilly and look out for entrance to Albany`s courtyard.

4th Walking Route – Burlington Arcade to Dover Street

Just walk past the auspicious-looking Burlington Arcade turn R into Old Bond Street and several exclusive shops including those of Cartier, Mont Blanc and Tiffany. Turn L after Asprey & Garrard into Grafton Street, which takes 90-degree L bend, becoming Dover Street.

5th Walking Route – Hay Hill to Curzon Street

Turn R along Hay Hill and then R again towards Berkeley Square, crossing 2 zebra crossings with square on your R, to reach Charles Street. Beyond Chesterfield Hotel turn L along Queen Street and then R into Curzon Street.

6th Walking Route – South Audley Street to Grosvernor House Hotel

Turn R into South Audley Street and its Spy Shop, then, at Purdey`s (royal gunmakers), turn L into Mount Street. At end turn R along Park Lane, past Grosvenor House Hotel.

7th Walking Route – Grosvenor Street to Bond Street

Turn R into Upper Grosvenor Street, walk past American Embassy on Grosvenor Square and then turn L into Davies Street. Next, take 1st R into Brooks Mews and turn L along narrow Avery Row. This brings you on to Brook Street. From here, walk back to Molton Street and from there to Bond Street tube station.