From the extra flower displays to the pastel house lined streets, I’d say London is easily one of the most Instagrammable cities in the world. Keep on reading to discover my favourite spots!
The London Tower Bridge is one of the most iconic spots in the city! There’s so much photo potential from many different angles. It’s definitely one of my favourite places. You can take photos walking across the bridge and also from the side to get the whole bridge in frame. I also love to shoot here at night!
Named the prettiest street in London… and I can see why! The shopfronts and cafes are all a dream. I’ve never seen so many floral displays!
Red phone boxes
I mean you couldn’t visit London without capturing the British classic: red phone box! There’s plenty around the city to find but my favourites are at Parliament Square in Westminster and on River Thames with the London Eye in the background.
Oxford St / Regent St
The most famous strips in London and the centre of the city. You can quickly jump on the footpath in the middle of the road and snap a photo. There’s plenty of red buses going by so you can easily get them in the shot too.
Peggy Porschen Cakes was one of the first cafes that I saw really blow up on Instagram a couple years ago. I am sure plenty of you have seen this place pop up at least once or twice on your feed! It’s often dubbed the most Instagram worthy bakery in London.
Saint Aymes is another hugely popular spot with a gorgeous floral display at the front. The interiors are incredibly pretty too, but not only that, they make some of the best coffee I’ve had in London! Win-win.
Located on the second floor of Selfridges on Oxford St, this is arguably the most beautiful branch of Aubaine in London. You can stop by on a mid-shopping pit-stop for a glass of champagne and snap some photos of the dreamy wisteria.
If you’re after pastel-house lined streets, Chelsea is a neighbourhood you must add to your list. It is full of some of the most perfectly painted houses on gorgeous little lanes. If I had a few million to spare, you would definitely find me living on this street.
Notting Hill is one of the most popular and beautiful areas of London made famous by the film. Another great spot to find pastel neighbourhoods and Insta-worthy backdrops. My favourite spots are found on Lancaster road, Westbourne Park road, St. Luke’s Mews and Colville Houses.
Farm Girl Cafe
Farm Girl Cafe is a cosy, health-inspired cafe that serves up beautifully presented food (almost too pretty to even touch) and colourful lattes in vibrant setting. The first cafe was opened in Notting Hill, and after its incredible success a second was opened in Chelsea.
Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart flower stall
Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart is one of the most celebrated British florists, renowned for an opulent, visionary and creative approach to flowers. It is quite possibly the prettiest florist I’ve ever seen – and I’ve seen a lot. The above is taken at the Notting Hill location.
Churchill Arms is a cozy bar that also serves up delicious Thai food. As you can see, it’s completely covered in botanical plants!
London’s cafe known for all things feminine, pink and girly. They’re very much known for their flower wall! They currently have four locations.
A quirky, 18th-century townhouse tea room that transforms into a cocktail lounge every evening. Oh and blush pink everything.
The Sky Garden is London’s highest public garden with incredible 360 degree uninterrupted views across the city.