If you’ve got an exciting trip to London coming up, you best start making plans! There is so much to see and do, and whilst you’re there you’re sure to take lots of pictures.
But where are the best places to take breath-taking photographs? There are so many opportunities for this throughout the city but here we will band together some of the top places you can go to for the most photogenic spots in London.
Also, keep in mind that once you’re back from your trip, you can create your own canvas print with your favourite picture of London, to remember the great time you had.
There are plenty of beautiful parks in London for you to explore, with many of them home to a wide range of wildlife (keep your eye out for parakeets!). Here are some parks that you should consider visiting if you’re nearby:
Regent’s Park - a beautifully scenic park, it is also home to London Zoo.
Hyde Park - probably London’s most famous park, Hyde Park is vast and a great place to hop on a pedalo boat when the weather is nice.
Kew Gardens - a bit further out, and with a small entry fee, Kew is full of wonder and charm.
Richmond Park - well-known as a lovely park where you can also admire deer when you visit!
St James’s Park and Green Park - if you’re wanting to visit Buckingham Palace, these parks are very close by, so once you’ve checked out the royals, you could have a picnic lunch on the green.
Holland Park - smaller than the others listed, but still with a lot to offer. Holland Park has a Kyoto garden, which is a stunning Japanese-themed section.
Hampstead Heath - if you go north, Hampstead Heath is a great spot to visit, with its awesome views of central London, clear to see on bright days.
London is famed for its never-ending list of landmarks and museums. Many of these are not only well-renowned but also highly aesthetic. There is something to suit everybody, as you’ve got anything from the National History Museum to Madame Tussauds to The London Eye open to visitors. Keep your eyes peeled for photo opportunities, as there will be plenty!
There are many different options for you to see London’s skyline in all its glory. There are loads of rooftop bars centrally, where you can really take in the city.
Another option you could consider is going on the roof of the o2 arena, where you can (safely) climb up and take in the surrounding views. Wherever you decide on, you’re sure to be met with dozens of photo opportunities.
If you love alternative art, London has plenty for you to freely stumble upon as you explore. If you want to go looking for it, you’re the best off in areas like Shoreditch or Camden, or if you’re wanting something more specific, visit Leake Street Tunnel and Brick Lane.
So, there you have it! Almost anywhere you go in London there seems to be photo opportunities, with all the interesting architecture and venues, not to mention the rich history and art. Make sure you take it all in and enjoy it!