The Charing Cross Road is a major thoroughfare in Westminster, Greater London. It runs nearly due south from St Giles' Circus, where Oxford Street becomes New Oxford Street at the foot of the Tottenham Court Road, to St Martin's Place, which is just north of Trafalgar Square. The Charing Cross Road is a centre for second-hand and antiquarian bookshops (see 84 Charing Cross Road), and also skirts Chinatown.

Notable sites in the Charing Cross Road include Cambridge Circus, at the junction with Shaftesbury Avenue, Centre Point, Leicester Square and Tottenham Court Road Underground stations, Mr Au's, the Hippodrome, a branch of Borders and the Moon Under Water, London's largest pub.

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