Many of you probably live within a metropolis – whether it is a small city or a massive one, like New York City or London. The simple fact of the matter is that cities like this are quickly becoming overcrowded, with very little room to breathe, let alone move when you’re out and about. Now, we’re here to focus on specifics, not just an entire city, so the next time you’re traveling through London, you know exactly which roads to avoid, otherwise you risk being late to where you’re going. Knowing these areas will save you an anxiety attack from being in large crowds, too. So, remember these ten over-crowded places.
Oxford Street – Most Crowded City Street
Oxford Street easily has over 200 million people passing along the row of shops and buildings every single year. In fact, part of the popular road had to be completely restructured in an effort to accommodate all of the foot traffic that passes through.