If you are visiting this fantastic city, or luckily you live here, there are many instagramable places you can visit and take some pictures for your Instagram. Beautifully structure buildings, street art, and flower market to gardens. There are 5 instagramable places in London you will love.
The Hindu Temple in London
Shri Swaminarayan Mandir – 105-119
- Brentfield Rd,
- London NW10 8LD, UK
- closest tube & train stops: Neasden, Stonebridge Park
The while place names you feel you are in Southeast Asia. You can’t take photos from the inside though, just from outside. The carpets, the drapes, the gold – everything is from a different country (and the limestone came from Bulgaria!)
Kyoto Garden in Holland Park
- Holland Park,
- Holland Park Ave, Kensington
- Closest tube stop: Holland Park
It’s a real hidden gem, and you aren’t likely to find it unless you look for it specifically. You’ll find Japanese trees, koi fish in the cute pond, and even a small waterfall! Which makes it one of the best instagramable places in London.
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Holland PARK Mews
What mews means- from old times, 18-19th century, when horses were the main form of transport around the city. The mews are large rows of houses, looking similar, where you’ll have stables at the bottom and accommodations at the top.
These are not the only mews in London. You’ll mainly find mews in the wealthy areas of London, usually slightly hidden.
Nowadays you can still see some operational stables around!
Have in mind that those are houses where people live in so try not to be too noisy. Grab your photos and go.
P.S I actually went to the upper floor in one or the houses. See what happened in my video.
St. Dunstan Church In The East
- St Dunstan’s Hill,
- London EC3R 5DD,
- Closest tube stops: Monument & Tower Hill)
So why is this church special? Well, it’s not just a pretty sight. You’ll often see locals taking a break and reading a book.
It’s very quiet, there is even a small fountain – it’s the perfect escape from the London noise while you are still in the heart of the city center. During the weekdays you’ll find even lesser people.
Madison, One New Change Center
- Rooftop Terrace One, New Change,
- London, EC4M 9A
- Closest tune station: St Paul’s
One of the best places to grab a drink in London! This bar is a bit off the beaten path, and it’s also affordable considering that unforgettable view (you can even see The London Eye in the distance!).
But to be fair, you don’t even need to stay for a drink. These pictures are from a terrace next to the venue, and it’s free of charge to get there.
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