8 Most Instagrammable Places in London
by Nina Christopoulou
London is the mecca of aspiring photographers and Instagrammers alike, with virtually every corner offering for an amazing frame. But which spots promise the most likes? We’ve gathered a few for you below, a sort of “starter’s guide” to vivid Instagram content!
1. Peggy Porschen:
An all pink backdrop for your shots, an entrance that changes its flower arrangement constantly and treats that can create a standalone frame, this cafe is renowned for its long queues and Instagram friendly ambiance. Tip: it’s a risky move trying to find a table during the weekend!
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2. Neal’s Yard:
AKA Covent Garden’s secret spot – a well disguised alley where cafes, colourful buildings and foliage abound! Tip: Try it on a sunny day, it’s worth the wait.
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3. Dalloway Terrace:
The interior of the restaurant is jaw dropping, and the added plus: the food is great as well! Tip: There is a heated outdoor space for chilly winter evenings.
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4. St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel:
A click of the staircase will convince you that the hotel is worth a visit. Tip: After a stroll around the amazing interior of the hotel, the bar is a wonderful place to kick your heels up and end your day.
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If I said that all of Notting Hill is a gem I would be simply stating the obvious. Instead, I prefer to nudge you towards the Biscuit Boutique that has righteously earned its title! The cafe’s facade will definitely dazzle you. Tip: The biscuits are both tasty and Instagrammable (it’s a win-win kind of thing!)
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Every inch of this bar and restaurant will speak to your artsy self. One thing is for sure: you will not be the only one searching for the right click. Tip: Don’t forget to take your phone with you when visiting the ladies’ room. You will know why when you get there!
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7. Elan Cafe:
In this cute little cafe it is not the facade that’s Instagram worthy – more so the seductive flower wall located inside. Tip: The dishes match the cafe’s pretty pink hues!
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8. Tate Modern:
Closing with an obvious one, the Tate is always a frame filled heaven – what’s more there are so many different perspectives from which to capture. Tip: The orange wall on the third floor is a perfect backdrop for a portrait!