A new Tube map showing the walking distances between stations has been produced to get more Londoners travelling by foot.
The map show the number of steps between every underground stop in zones one and two, which in many cases is fewer than 1,000 paces.
Leicester Square and Covent Garden, for example, are just 400 steps and four minutes apart, while a stroll from Kings Cross to Euston involves 1,200 paces.
The new guide was created by Transport for London (TfL) to complement its Walking Tube map, which was launched last year to show walking times between stations.
The map is designed not just to relieve the pressure on underground services, but to get Londoners fitter and provide a boost for businesses.
London mayor Sadiq Khan , who is in the process of appointing a new walking and cycling commissioner, said: "We need to make it easier and more enjoyable to walk around London. We all hop on the Tube to take short journeys around central London, whether for work or when we're out in the evening.
"The new steps map will encourage more of us to walk these short journeys instead – it's good for our health and it will help support London's small businesses.
"We've made clear our commitment to tackle air pollution and get more walking and cycling in London, and this is a fun and practical way to help busy Londoners who want to walk more as part of their everyday lives."
You can check out the full map on TfL's website.