London is a photogenic city. Literally everywhere you turn in the capital is a potential photo opportunity. And for those of you who enjoy sharing your pictures on Instagram, we’ve compiled a list of the most popular places to snap and share around London.
It’s just one of the eight Royal Parks in London and is by far one of the most popular parks to Instagram. With the Serpentine Lake, Speakers’ Corner and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, you’ll have an array of sights to choose from
Just a short walk from ZSL London Zoo, Primrose Hill will offer you some spectacular views across London. All of which would look great on your Instagram feed.
Shoreditch Street Art
If you’re a big fan of street art and graffiti, then Shoreditch is the perfect place for you to go and take a photo. With the likes of Banksy, Stik and Howl Owl decorating the streets of Shoreditch, you’ll have plenty of Instagrammable material.
Located in the Heron Tower on Bishopsgate is SushiSamba. If you’re not too busy devouring their amazing food you must make sure you get a look at the view, and what a view it is. The Gherkin, The Shard and St. Paul’s can all be seen from the restaurant and bar, so make sure you pack your camera phone.
This list could not be complete without mentioning one of London’s most iconic buildings… Big Ben. And you don’t even have to be close up to grab a great snap of this landmark, as it can be appreciated from all around the city.
This Victorian suspension bridge is also one to consider when listing the top spots in London to Instagram. You’ll see tourists, as well as locals, always stopping to snapshots in front of this magnificent London sight.
Natural History Museum
The building is almost as impressive as the contents of the museum itself and if you’ve ever been to the Natural History Museum, you’ll see why it’s a popular hit with Instagrammers.
Whether you’re taking a ride or just enjoying in the view, the London Eye is incredibly photogenic. It will leave your Instagram followers green with envy when they see your pictures.
There’s a canal, there are boats and there are plenty of photo opportunities when visiting Little Venice. Honestly what’s not to love about this place?
So next time you are in the city don’t be afraid to get snapping. Did your favourite Instagram haunt in London not make the cut? If so let us know which London spot you think deserved a spot on the list.