If you’re a Beatles fan, no trip to London is complete without visiting Abbey Road.
Every year, countless fans make the pilgrimage to Abbey Road’s famous zebra crossing that’s located at the southern-most point of the road in St John’s Wood.
It is here where the Beatles had their famous photo shoot which went on to grace the cover of the band’s legendary eleventh studio album Abbey Road in 1969.
Most visitors come to Abbey Road to recreate the pose the Fab Four are shown doing on the album cover and you can also visit the nearby Abbey Road Studios where the Beatles recorded many of their songs.
Just remember if you are the one posing as Paul McCartney, you need to make the crossing in bare feet to do it correctly.