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Plan where to watch the Royal wedding with interactive map

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on March 8th, 2011 0 comments yet. Be the First

We’re planning to set up Bridalwave HQ in a coffee shop with wifi somewhere along the procession route on 29th April to ensure that you will be kept up to date with the latest, but for those of you who are considering braving the crowds to catch a glimpse of Prince William and Catherine Middleton here is a nifty tool to help you.

The Royal Parks has launched an interactive map of the Royal Wedding procession route. The procession will pass by some of London’s most well-known landmarks, including the Queen Victoria monument, The Mall, Horse Guards Parade, Whitehall, the Cenotaph and the Houses of Parliament, not to mention two of London’s best-loved royal parks, St. James’s Park and The Green Park.

The map even lets you know where you can buy official merchandise and where to grab a bite to eat in between the celebrations.

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