Eco Travel

My Top 5 Instagram Picture Worthy Spots in London

1. South Kensington
It has been a fair time since the last time that I visited London but it still feels exactly the same, I guess it never really changes. This time I decided to start off with a walk through South Kensington. With the picturesque white buildings, this part of town never ceases to amaze me. South Kensington is by far one of the best spots to take pictures. The white upscale (posh) looking buildings are what London is all about.

2. Forest on the Roof
London has one of the best selections when it comes to exclusive restaurants. My two absolute favourites are; the Forest and the Sketch.  The Forest on the Roof owes its name to it location on the rooftop of the Selfridges Mall on Oxford Street and you literally need to walk through a Forest to get to the restaurant. It has an amazing atmosphere and maybe even more amazing is the view over London while you eat best Swiss cheese fondue found in the United Kingdom. If this isn’t worth a picture then what is?

3. Sketch
You have probably already heard of the following restaurant and I am happy to say that it is worth the hype. Sketch is an absolute experience. This place is Instagram heaven (except for the lighting). Every room has its own vibe and even visiting the toilet is an experience on its own. No trip to London is complete without enjoying some great Afternoon Tea in this amazing restaurant. Since it is very popular, do not forget to make a reservation.

4. London Eye/ Thames
The classic sightseeing spots of course also present themselves as the best background materials for your pictures. My favourite spot is directly in front of the London Eye but from the other side of the Thames.

5. Big Ben
Right next to the wonderful London Eye is another great spot for your pictures. My Tip: take a picture in just in front of the two red telephone boxes, this way you capture two typical London attractions in one shot.

Other great spots are of course the London Bridge, The Graffiti Walls in Camden Market and the colourful houses in Notting Hill.

Finally my outfit from top to bottom: Rag & Bone Hat; & Other Stories Coat; Vince Sweater; Express Pants; Saint Laurent Bag; Salvatore Ferragamo Boots.