Queen locations

A tour around Europe and Japan

to visit Queen related locations

Itinerary


Queen locations in London, Barcelona, Vienna, Munich, and Japan. The first 4 posts are about London:

In one day you can visit most of the places of interest around Hammersmith (and part of Kensington) on foot. Expect to walk around 6-10 miles, but you do not need public transport. Click to see the locations and photos

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The rest of places around Kensington can be visited on foot but you will need to take the bus/train/underground to go to Ealing and Feltham. Click to see the locations and photos

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The central london locations can be visited on foot, everything is pretty close. Then take the underground to see the Rainbow Theater and Abbey Road. Click to see the locations and photos

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A few months later, I went back to London to visit more Queen related places, this time with my friend Satoko. Click to see photos and locations

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Locations related with Queen and Freddie Mercury in Barcelona. Click to see the locations and photos

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Queen visited Vienna many times. Here you can see a few relevant places

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Queen related places in Munich. Click to see the locations and photos

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Queen loved Japan and Japan loved Queen. Click to see locations in 3 cities: Kyoto, Osaka, and Nagoya ///// Queenは日本を愛し、日本もQueenを愛しました。リンクをクリックして、3都市(京都、大阪、名古屋)のQueenゆかりの地を一緒に巡りましょう。

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All the Queen and Freddie related places in Montreux are very close to each other, and within walking distance. Click to see the locations and photos

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This is not a locations post, but a summary of the Queen Convention that took place in Mablethorpe in October 2019

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About this blog


My name is Judit and I am from Barcelona (Catalonia). This blog started with a trip to London in which I visited some of the most relevant sites related with Queen. However, I decided to continue updating it with locations in other cities such as Barcelona, Vienna, Munich, Osaka, Kyoto, Nagoya, and Montreux.

Most of the original London locations were retrieved from these two websites (please visit, as they have more information about each place):

Queen Concerts (webmaster: Martin Skála)
Mercury Paradise (the info contained in this website was taken from the Official Queen Fanclub Site)

Some places listed on these websites do not exist anymore or are under refurbishment, so this is an attempt to provide an update. Shane McDonald, webmaster of Shane's Queen Site has recently published an interactive map where you can see some of the London locations in a Google Maps, please take a look!: London locations - Interactive map
A similar and very informative blog is currently being created by Stéphane (in French): Destination Queen

Finally, you can read a Fan Feature about how I developed this blog here: Queen Online Official Site - Fan Feature 
(I would like to thank Nick for giving me the opportunity to publish in Queen Online!)


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