21.01 2020 10:00h

11 Most Instagrammable Destinations in London

From restaurants to museums, here are the most picturesque areas of the UK's capital
London, Instagram, The Mandarin Oriental, Hyde Park, Sketch, Mayfair, Carnaby street, British Museum

It’s that time of year again where we’re all jet-setting across the world.

London might be a new destination for you or a familiar place to return to, but if you're traveling there any time soon you need to check out these extremely photogenic locations. 

Here's London's most Instagrammable locations to spice up your feed!

The Mandarin Oriental, Hyde Park

Whatever time of day you happen to stop by this luxury hotel, you’re sure to be amazed by the classy décor and prime views.

ROKA, Charlotte Street

This Japanese restaurant isn’t just an attraction for its award-winning menu but also for its fabulous interiors.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond

Lucky enough to catch a sunny day? Definitely head out to the Kew Gardens, where you’ll be overwhelmed with attraction options and new exhibitions.

Brasserie Zédel, Sherwood Street

This vintage French art deco restaurant, café, cabaret and bar pays homage to traditional brasseries. No matter which corner you capture, you’re sure to have a gorgeous snap.

sketch, Mayfair

You already knew sketch was making it on this list, but as well as their iconic tea Room, The Gallery, and bathroom, be sure to check out their breakfast and lunch room, The Glade.

Carnaby Street

Time for shopping! While you enjoy the wide variety of clothes, shoes and makeup stores, take a second to grab a picture of the stylish streets.

Hutong, The Shard

Hungry for dinner? Book a table at Hutong in the tallest building in the UK for a night of delicious Northern Chinese food and breath-taking views of London.

EL&N, Hans Crescent

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No matter which branch of EL&N you manage to visit, you will be floored by the pink and pretty interiors.

The British Museum, Great Russell Street

Are you a lover of history, classics, art, or all of the above? The British Museum is a must-see destination, with the building being as post-worthy as its artefacts.

Peggy Porschen Café, Chelsea

Delicate and delicious fresh-baked pastries and perfect, pretty presentation. What else does a girl need?

Saatchi Gallery, Chelsea

Calling all art-lovers! From Kiefer to Saville, Tracey Emin to Damien Hirst, the Saatchi Gallery is you go-to for contemporary artists.

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.

Written by Anushé Samee.

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