Step 1: Did you know that taking this Go Jauntly route means you are exposed to around 14% less air pollution and noise than the most direct route? During rush hour, pollution is higher, but the reductions in exposure will be greater.
Step 2: This route also gives you 8 times more green space and trees than the most direct route. Why not take a tranquil moment in St. James’s Park to benefit from how experiencing nature can boost wellbeing!
Step 3: Exit Charing Cross and cross the street. This area is famous for its white bricks and red phone booths, and that's exactly what you'll find!
Step 4: Walk down The Strand, if you're lucky enough you'll be able to catch a glimpse of the old Routemasters. Ahhh sweet memories.
Step 5: On the right is The National Gallery. Founded in 1824, it houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings and is free for all.
Step 6: Pass by Trafalgar Square and head towards Admiralty Arch, commissioned by King Edward VII in memory of his mother, Queen Victoria.