The 10 best Instagram spots in London

London is - when it comes to producing Instagrammable content - one of the most suitable cities in the world.

We have summarized the 10 most popular Instagram spots in the city for you below:

1. Peggy Porschen Cakes

Founded by a German pastry chef, baker, and author, the sugary café Peggy Porschen is now one of the city’s Instagram hotspots. The squeaky-pink building, which is worth seeing at any time of the year, should definitely not be missing from your Instagram feed when visiting London. But the cupcakes on offer are also highly Instagrammable!

3. Neal’s Yard

Neal’s Yard is a small alley with colorful cottages in Covent Garden, which leads to a courtyard. The alley owes its name to its developer Thomas Neale.

4. Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is one of London’s most famous bridges and named after the Tower of London. It crosses the Thames and is very popular with Instagrammers as a photo motif. Tower Bridge connects the borough of Tower Hamlets on the north side with the borough of Southwark on the south side.

5. London-Eye

Another popular location for influencer content production is the typical London red phone booth overlooking Londoneye.

Please note: You need to get off at Victoria Embankment tube station and then walk to the Thames. Approximately opposite (further to the right) of the London Eye are the two telephone booths.

Photo tip: Your pictures will be especially great if you wear a piece of clothing in the same shade of red to match the phone booth.

6. (Big Ben and) Westminster Bridge

Big Ben is one of the most popular photo spots in the city. However, the popular tower is scaffolded until 2021. On Westminster Bridge you have a great view of Westminster Palace.

7. Subway Oxford Circus

No Instagramer should leave London without taking a photo at one of the Underground spots. The entrance at Oxford Circus is particularly photogenic.

Photo tip: Again, wearing a piece of clothing in red to match the subway sign will give your pictures that certain something.

8. Sky Garden

The Sky Garden is a free lookout and, at 155 meters high, is the highest garden in the city. The roof terrace offers a breathtaking view of London. Admission is free of charge.

9. The Churchill Arms

The Churchill Arms is a popular pub in the Kensington district. With its colorful flower-covered façade, the pub is popular with Instagrammers as a backdrop.

10. Notting Hill

London’s Notting Hill district should definitely be part of your photo journey through London. The numerous colorful mansions and picturesque streets look great on your Insta feed and remind you of some famous Hollywood flicks.

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