Instagrammable Places in London to visit on your next trip!
Instagrammable Places in London #1 – sketch
sketch just might be THE most Instagrammable of the Instagrammable places in London! A whole restaurant and event space, even their bathroom is themed with egg shaped stalls and a carousel horse in the center. Make sure to visit all of the different salons and parlors, and of course grab shots of your tea spread.
#2 – SoHo Grind
On the edge of very Instagrammable Carnaby Street, SoHo Grind is a hole in the wall coffee shop that offers a lot of photo ops. From adorable neon signs to flat lay worthy marble counter tops, you’ll get much more than just a cup of tea!
#3 – Monki
Also on Carnaby Street is one of my favorite stores in London, Monki. You immediately feel like you’ve wandered into a carnival with fun house mirrors and rainbows everywhere.
#4 – Liberty of London
An English classic, Liberty of London is well known for their luxury fabric and houseware design. Their store design does not disappoint, and I love their flower and plant offerings.
#5 – South Kensington
The streets of South Kensington are by far my favorite to shoot on for that classic London look. Every block is picturesque with white columns and iconic black fences. I highly recommend getting lost and discovering hidden gems throughout the neighborhood.
#6 – Regent Street
Another perfect spot to get classic London shots is Regent Street!
#7 – St. Paul’s
St. Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most beautiful buildings in all of London, and I just can’t get enough of it when I visit. My favorite vantage points are from Cannon Street, from the mall across the street (make sure you go up the elevator for an aerial view!) and from the Millenium Bridge.
#8 – Fabrique Bakery
The Swedish Fabrique Bakery has several location in London, and offers delicious pastries and Instagrammable lattes ina cozy environment.
#9 – Brick Lane
Brick Lane is a small area in the East End of London and is the heart of London’s Bengali community. It also boasts ample vintage markets, international food stalls, and street art to get lost in.
#10 – Tate Modern
The Tate Modern is one of my favorite museums in London, showcasing a world-class modern and contemporary art collection. Housed in a former power station, the Tate Modern offers breathtaking works of art plus a sweeping view of London across the Thames.
#11 – Notting Hill
The rainbow buildings of Notting Hill in London do not disappoint! After taking your photos, stick around and visit the market stalls and restaurants in the neighborhood.
#12 – Victoria & Albert Museum
The Victoria & Albert Museum is beautiful inside and out! Their courtyard shows off the Edwardian architecture of the building, and even the dining hall is lavishly decorated as a nod to the masterpieces of design housed in the museum.
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