We teamed up with Expedia.com to bring you the best places to take pictures in London. Capture priceless photographs in front of London’s most iconic locations, as well as areas that are off-the-beaten path. Whether traveling with friends, family, solo, or with the love of your life, these favourite spots are not to be missed!
The Tower Bridge
Crossing the River Thames close to the Tower of London, this suspension bridge is an iconic English landmark. With its bright blue ascents and twin castle-like towers, capturing a photo here is a must.
The Gates of Buckingham Palace
Just outside the Queen of England’s official London residence, the gold and iron gates of Buckingham Palace create the perfect ‘royal photo.’
Created by Henry VIII as a private hunting ground, Hyde Park is now one of the largest public parks in the city. Surround yourself with the sculptural fountain, the colourful flower beds, or swaths of green fields for a dash of English country in your London photos.
Portobello Road in Notting Hill
Noted for charming pastel-painted buildings and quaint antique shops, this famous London road is more than photo-worthy.
Palace of Westminster
With its gothic spires and iconic clock tower known affectionately as “Big Ben,” capturing a portrait here from the edge of the Thames River is a must when visiting London.
Head to one of the most famous streets in London for the vibrant vintage shops, colourful street art, and bustling market. Your photos in this dynamic neighbourhood will always remind you of the sights, smells and tastes of Brick Lane
This London landmark will grant you amazing souvenir photos, whether you snap them from ground level by the Thames, or from on high at the peak of the ride, drinking in sweeping views of the whole city.
The Graffiti Walls of Shoreditch
A trendy borough in the East End of London, Shoreditch is such a fun neighbourhood to explore. Find a bright graffiti wall and capture a silly photo!
Recreate your own Beatles moment on Abbey Road
Hands-down one of the most famous photos of all time, a visit to London’s Abbey Road is a fun stop. Find three friends, someone to take the photo (like Flytographer), and feel like your favourite Beatle!
Red telePhone Booths
It isn’t just the architecture here that is iconic. With a double-decker bus or a pair of bright red phone booths as your backdrop, you could be in no other city but London.