Most Instagram-Worthy Places You Have To Discover in London

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Gorgeous travel pictures are easy to produce when you have access to stunning scenery. These days, with everyone uploading their travel photos to Instagram and other social media sites, it shouldn’t be a surprise that tourists choose the best-looking areas of each city to visit. In London, there are a number of interesting places to visit that look great in photographs. Here are some of the ones that we think are Instagram-worthy. If you have any questions about them, just visit us here:

The Tower Bridge

Have you ever heard the nursery rhyme “London Bridge is falling down?” If so, this is the bridge that it references. The Tower Bridge is a majestic work of architecture. It consists of towers, cables, and has a number of very photogenic angles. Even better, you can get a great view from the island below, so you don’t have to dodge traffic to get your shot. Aim for shooting your pictures in the evening when the lighting is perfect.

Neil’s Yard

This interesting location is reachable from the Covent Garden underground station. You’ll need to walk a bit after getting off of the tube, but the results are worth it. Neil’s Yard is extremely colorful and is a popular location for tourists. Make sure to head over in the morning, before foot traffic picks up.

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Notting Hill

Notting Hill and the accompanying Portobello Road are two of those quintessential London spots. Both are filled with picturesque scenery, old buildings, and cobblestone roads. You’ll have fun walking around the area, taking pictures the entire time. Even better, this location is free (until you stop into one of the shops or want to get a bite to eat.) Your Instagram photos from this area will end up being quite impressive.

St. Paul’s Cathedral

St. Paul’s Cathedral is a magnificent work of architecture that is located at the highest elevation in the city. This means that once you’re done taking pictures of the cathedral itself, you can walk around the grounds and take in some scenic views of London. It goes without saying that the cathedral is worth a visit.

Leadenhall Market

Leadenhall Market is in the city’s financial district, so it’s a bit posh. However, the photos that you’ll take of this building make it worth dodging people in business suits carrying briefcases. The building has some amazing glass skylights and interior lights. Once you’re done taking pictures of the ceiling and surrounding fixtures, wander the storefronts for some noteworthy souvenirs.

Churchill Arms

It wouldn’t be a trip to London without a stop at a classic pub. Churchill Arms is a classic pub, decorated in an old world style. It really is like stepping back in time. Feel free to take some photos outside of the structure before going in and getting a pint – and then taking more pictures of the interior.

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