Mar 04, 2022
If you are looking for the best shots of London for your Instagram page that are sure to impress your followers, then you are at the right place. From beautiful parks to famous landmarks, we have rounded up some of the best photo opportunities this city has to offer.
This Peace Pagoda is the perfect place to get some instagrammable photos and great views of The Thames. While you are there, take a snap of the beautiful Chelsea embankment, too.
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Officially London’s highest public garden, the space sits in the Walkie Talkie building at 20 Fenchurch Street. At the Sky Garden, you are sure to take some great pictures of beautiful plants and far-reaching London views.
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Just next to Brixton station you can find the fun Pop Brixton, a community project that features exciting new start-ups in design, food, clothes. The most instagrammable thing about it? It’s made entirely out of colourful shipping containers!
The luxurious department store is not only a great spot for some shopping, but also for some breath-taking photographs, especially at Christmas time.
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Somerset House is one of the most instagrammable spots in London. For the best shot, make your way through the maze of corridors to find the Nelson Stairs – a set of beautifully winding stairs in a light atrium.
Built in 1873, it became known as ‘The Trembling Lady’ for its unstable nature, at the point that the soldiers were told to do break steps when marching over the bridge. Today, it makes for a beautiful photograph, especially at sunset.
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This is Chelsea’s version of the Notting Hill, with rows of pretty, rainbow-coloured houses that are sure to look great on your Instagram page.
Packed with cute cafes, pretty boutiques and rainbow-coloured houses, Lancaster Road and Portobello Road are two of the most instagrammable place in London.
This concert hall in South Kensington is undoubtedly one of London’s most distinctive buildings. Just a short walk from Park International Hotel, the ellipse building features a 41-meter high dome that is very insta-worthy.
This beautiful bookshop was once dedicated to works relating to travel. Today, it has a variety of great books, as well as antique mahogany furnishings and a stunning skylight that are very instagrammable.
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When you stay at Park International Hotel, some of London’s most instagrammable places, such as Harrods, Royal Albert Hall, National History Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and Hyde Park are within walking distance. Also, with Gloucester Road underground station just around the corner, it is easy to access other places such as Daunt Books and the Sky Garden. So, with the city on your doorstep, where will you visit first?