London is the capital city of England. It is one of the most desired locations for tourists and travellers worldwide. Every street and alley in London is designed with care to reflect the city’s centuries-long history. In London, there are so many magnificent attractions for people of all ages to visit. It has it’s own royalty and living standards. It is one among the world’s most beautiful spots to explore.
If you enjoy taking pictures and have a knack for finding the perfect shot, You should travel to London. However, London is enormous, and you will tyre easily walking from one end of the city to the other while you search for the ideal spot. As such, we’ve made a list of 15 unique and hidden locations just for you.

1. The Sky Garden
Address: 20 Fenchurch St, London EC3M 8AF

The Sky Garden – It’s no great secret that the “Walkie Talkie” building in Fenchurch Street has a beautiful garden on its roof.
You can have breakfast in the Sky Garden any morning without making a reservation, but word of this secret spot hasn’t gotten out to many people. Once you get to the top, all you have to do is stop for a coffee and a croissant. Better yet, there won’t be any unwanted bystanders in your pictures.

2. Upstairs at Rules
Address: Covent garden, 34-35 Maiden Ln, London WC2E 7LB

Upstairs at Rules- The upstairs bar of London’s oldest restaurant recently underwent renovations that resulted in the opening of the so-called Winter Garden, a vast conservatory filled with chaise-lounges, tropical plants, and stunning flowers, where you can sip the city’s finest cocktails.

3. The Barbican Conservatory
Address: Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS

The Barbican’s awe-inspiring conservatory is the ideal location for taking stunning shots. Even better, entry is free.
However, you will need to get there quickly if you wish to take photographs in peace.

4. Peggy Porschen
Address: 116 Ebury St, Belgravia, London SW1W 9QQ

When it comes to the term “beautiful in pink,” Peggy Porschen gives a whole new meaning. This Belgravia bakery is a favourite among royals and celebrities, and it features a pastel pink front that is bordered by rose bushes. Very endearing, to put it mildly!

5. God’s own Junkyard
Address: Unit 12, Ravenswood Industrial Estate, Shernhall St, Walthamstow, London E17 9HQ

This treasure trove of neon signage is comparable to stepping into a fast-paced 1970s throwback flick.
This is London at its most Instagrammable, with its vibrant hues, flashing lights, and tongue-in-cheek slogans.

6. Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster from the South Bank
Address: Belvedere Rd, Bishop’s, London SE1 7GA

On the opposite side of Westminster Bridge between Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster is a little passage leading beneath the bridge.

The entrance to the corridor frames Big Ben and the Palace for a great photograph of two of London’s most renowned structures.

7. The Colourful Houses of Notting Hill
Address: 34C Lancaster Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 1QR

People visit Notting Hill for the rainbow-hued houses on Lancaster Road and Portobello Road.

The neighbourhood is Instagrammable to the core, with its abundance of quaint cafes and lovely boutiques, but the rainbow-hued houses on Lancaster Road and Portobello Road are the main attraction.

8. Neal’s Yard
Address: Neal’s Yard, London WC2H 9DP

Neal’s Yard is not only one of the favourite spots in London, but also one of the city’s most photogenic.

Hidden in two alleys near Covent Garden, this area was saved from demolition in the 1990s and now features a plethora of colourful buildings and plants.

9. London Eye
Address: The Queen’s Walk, Bishop’s, London SE1 7PB

Since it opened at the turn of the millennium, the Coca-Cola London Eye has topped everyone’s list of things to do in the city.

It’s also a great spot to snap some shots of the nearby Palace of Westminster and the River Thames.

Before you descend from the peak of your adventure, hop in your capsule and snap that picture of the capsule in front of you, the River Thames, and the Palace of Westminster.

10. Tower Bridge

Address: Tower Bridge Rd, London SE1 2UP

Whether you’re a professional or an amateur photographer, you’ll be blown away by the Tower Bridge photo opportunities.

You can get some fantastic shots from a traffic island in the middle of the road. Another classic London backdrop is the area around the Dolphin statue on St. Katharine’s Walk.

11. Richmond Park
Address: Richmond, Kingston upon Thames TW10 5HS

Due to its history as a royal hunting ground, Richmond Park still features free-roaming deer.
It’s not only unusual for London, but also one of the quietest places to take pictures.
Caution: when trying to take a shot at a deer, don’t get too close to the animal.

12. Little Venice

Address: Maida Ave, Little Venice, London W2 1ST

Despite its North London location, Little Venice’s canals bring to mind those of Amsterdam and the Venetian lagoon (we guess the clue was really in the name)

Taking a boat ride along the river is a great opportunity to capture one of London’s most unique neighbourhoods – not to mention providing a beautiful backdrop for your secret London Instagram photos.

13. Natural History Museum

Address: Cromwell Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 5BD

We’ve come to value the Natural History Museum’s imposing architecture as one of London’s most spectacular shooting settings nearly as highly as its fascinating collections. Almost.
Tip: Arrive early to snap photos of the enormous blue whale skeleton on display in Hintz Hall.

London is a city rich in diversity and a desirable place to live. With one of the highest numbers of international students, London is also a major hub in the world of higher education.

Do you need help deciding which city is best for you to live in while you pursue your education?
That being the case, why not take advantage of the chance to attend college in London?

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