Every time I visit London, I love to plan ahead with places to visit, places to eat and most importantly, places to Instagram... Please tell me I'm not the only one who thinks this way!

London is the most Instagrammable place I have ever been to, and the opportunities to find new places to photograph are endless. It's easy to find new places and new opportunities for that perfect shot without ever repeating your content, so I thought I'd share some of my favourite places with you and some places that are on my list to visit next time I'm in the city.
Liberty has to be one of the most iconic places to photograph, whether you capture the Tudor building, the flags flying outside or something more detailed, like the flower display I took a photo of when I was there, there are plenty of opportunities.

You can also get great shots of iconic buildings and features like Big Ben, Tower Bridge, the interior of Kings Cross Train Station, the Thames or the London Eye - All such unique places which are instantly recognisable to your Instagram audience, and places you will actually enjoy visiting while you're there.
Eating out is always the perfect opportunity for a good Instagram pic and the amount of places which produce Insta-worthy food is endless.
I'm desperate to add a few pink themed photos from Peggy Porschen to my grid... The interior, the exterior, the cakes; it's all so dreamy and the amazing candy floss ice creams from Milk Train are a definite photo opportunity (not to mention they look delicious!) and they match my current theme perfectly.

Other places I really want to visit are the Cereal Killer Café Brick Lane for some bright and fun cereal shots, Molly's Bakes for the amazing freakshakes and Farm Girl Café which is the cutest looking place ever!
I'm a huge lover of street photography too, I love architecture and interesting and quirky building, which of course London has lots of!
My dream location for Instagram and outfit photos has to be the beautiful pastel coloured street houses at Notting Hill... I know it's a bit of a blogger cliche, but they're so pretty, I can see why everyone wants to shoot here.

For other interesting backdrops and buildings you have to check out Neal's Yard, it's so bright and colourful and of course Covent Garden where they change up the theme every few months -  It never fails to look amazing.
I'd also take the time to snap a few shots as you walk through Piccadilly Circus, Carnaby Street and Oxford Street... There are so many Insta-worthy opportunities, you really can't afford to miss them!

Where are your favourite spots for taking photos in London?

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