Top 10 Photo Spots in London

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Looking for the best photo spots in London?

London is one of my favorite cities in Europe where there’s always something new to experience and see. It’s always a pleasure to stroll around the streets of London and take photos because there are so many beautiful places in London!

Down below you can read about my favorite photo spots in London:


Tower Bridge

One of the most popular photo spots in London is at- or around Tower Bridge. Here you have plenty of opportunities to take some really cool photos.

Make sure to visit both sides of the bridge to see it from different angles, as well as strolling over the bridge.

There are many red iconic buses that drive over this bridge, so if you’re not in a hurry, I would recommend you to wait until a bus drives over the bridge so you can take a photo!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus is another famous photo spot in London. Here many people like to take photos of the entrance of the underground, with the beautiful old buildings and red buses in the background.

This is also a popular photo spot for night photography.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Coppa Club

Coppa Club is one of the most popular bars in London that offers an amazing view over the Thames River, Tower Bridge, and the Renzo Piano’s Shard building.

It’s not only one of the most popular bars, but also one of the most popular photo spots in London.

Go here, have a drink, enjoy the view, and snap some photos while you’re at it. It’s a beautiful place that’s going to leave you with great memories and cool photos!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Notting Hill

Your stay in London isn’t complete without a visit to the beautiful Notting Hill. Here you have plenty of good photo opportunities with colorful houses, old cars, and cute flower shops.

Make sure to visit Hillgate Place, Denbigh Terrace, Portobello Road, and the cute flower shop ”Wild at Heart” on Westbourne Grove. Notting Hill is no doubt one of the best photo spots in London!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Oxford Street / Regent Street

If you want to take photos of the busy streets with all its people, beautiful old buildings, and red iconic busses – then head to Oxford Street and Regent Street. Here you can take some really cool photos of the architecture as well as the red buses, taxis, and busy city life.

These streets are also very popular for night photography.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Big Ben – One of the most classic photo spots in London

One of the most classic photo spots in London is Big Ben – the most famous landmark in London. When you’re here, make sure to go around the clock tower and see it from different angles.

I can recommend you to go to Parliament Square to take the classic red phone booth photo with Big Ben in the background. Also, make sure to walk over the bridge (which is also a good photo spot), and go under the bridge (South Bank) for another cool angle of Big Ben – like the photo below!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Primrose Hill

If you’re looking for more places in London with colorful cute houses, then this is the right place. Primrose Hill is another area that offers some of the best photo spots in London.

In Primrose Hill, make sure to check out Chalcot Square, Chalcot Crescent, and Chalcot Road, for the best colorful photos. It’s also worth to visit Kelly Street in nearby Kentish Town – which is another good photo spot in London.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Kynance Mews – For autumn colors

If you’re in London during autumn and looking for good photo spots for autumn colors, then I can recommend you to visit Kynance Mews.

Kynance Mews is a mews street in South Kensington, where you can see the red colored leaves with a beautiful backdrop of old houses. It’s a perfect spot for portraits.

It’s no doubt one of the most beautiful photo spots in London during autumn.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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St Paul’s Cathedral – from One New Change

St Paul’s Cathedral is another famous landmark in London that looks great in photos. There are many different ways you can photograph this beautiful building, but from One New Change is definitely one of the best angles!

From One New Change, you get the reflections of the mirror-like windows of the mall, with the church in the background.

Even though this might be the coolest angle of the St Paul’s Cathedral, make sure to go around and photograph if from other angles as well. You might find an angle that you like even more!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Sky Garden

If you’re looking for epic city views then you should head over to Sky Garden. Sky Garden offers a 360° view of London as well as bars, restaurants, and an indoor garden.

It’s free to access, but make sure to go early or book in advance if you want to skip the long queues.

Visit the sky garden, admire the beautiful views, sip on a drink, and stroll around and snap some photos. This is both a great experience and a good photo spot in London!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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