Interesting places for photo shoots in London

For many Londoners and tourists it has long been not interesting to take photos on the Tower's background or "keep on hand" Big Ben. London is not just a city of a couple of sights. There are a lot of colorful streets, hidden gardens and interesting institutions, where you for sure can get amazing photos that will not look like any other. So, today we will tell you about several places in London where you can arrange a bright and atmospheric photo session.

One New Change Rooftop Terrace, St. Paul's. This stunning rooftop is open to all comers. It offers an amazing view of the old city and St. Paul's Cathedral. And if you want to take the most fabulous photo, then you just have to wait for the sunset.

1 New Change, EC4M 9AF

Leadenhall Market, City of London. Get ready for travel back in time, because this place is one of London's oldest markets. Since the 14th century, this market is famous for its amazing architecture. In addition, there is a huge selection of shops and restaurants, if you want to relax after taking a hundred or two pictures. Leadenhall Street, Gracechurch Street and Lime Street, next to Monument station, EC3V 1LT

Queen's House, Greenwich. This architectural masterpiece has just opened after major restoration works, and we should note that it looks amazing. Inside the building, it is quite spacious and interesting, there are fantastic spiral staircases and decorated ceilings. So, without doubts, you can take a lot of interesting photos in Queen's House, adding details of the interior to the shot.

Romney Rd, Greenwich, next to Greenwich station, SE10 9NF

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir London, Neasden. Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is one of the largest Hindu temples outside of India. A beautiful Hindu temple with polished marble surfaces, ornate columns and frightening vaulted ceilings. How are bad photos possible t happen here?

105-119 Brentfield Rd, Neasden, near Neasden station, NW10 8LD

The Peace Pagoda, Battersea Park. This is the ideal place to find your inner Zen and at the same time to enjoy magnificent views of the Thames. From whatever side and against whatever background you pose here, in the end you get quite spectacular pictures.

Battersea Park, next to Battersea Park station, SW11 4NJ

The Great Conservatory, Syon House. Syon House is a beautiful old mansion of the Dukes of Northumberland, which is located in the western part of London. Sion House is surrounded by a very beautiful garden. In addition to the garden itself, where undoubtedly excellent shots can be taken, it is worth of looking into the local greenhouse. This is the world's first greenhouse, which was made of glass and metal, and words do not convey how amazing it is inside and outside.

Syon House, Syon Park, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 8JF

Palm Vaults, Hackney. So we got to the most visited London coffee shop by photographers. Interior is in pastel colors, bright details and, of course, colorful coffee and goodies, which will also look great in the shot.

411 Mare St, near Hackney Wick station, E8 1HY

Sky Garden, Fenchurch Street. This is a popular viewing platform-garden (yes, yes garden), where anyone can go to. The place looks pretty futuristic and atmospheric. Palms, ferns and other green plants slightly balance the sterility of modern architecture. And of course the view from the windows is simply mesmerizing!

1 Sky Garden Walk, next to the Monument station, EC3M 8AF

The Shard, London Bridge. Very high glass pyramid strengthened its position in the top ten most popular London attractions, largely due to the observation deck, which occupies the floors from 68th to 72th. Completely glass-covered building, shows an amazing game of light and shadow. Reflection of the sun's rays makes it look like a sparkling giant shard of glass in the middle of the English metropolis.

32 London Bridge St, near London Bridge station, SE1 9SG

Sketch, Mayfair. In this place, interior of classic luxury is just amazing. An ideal place to shoot a movie.

9 Conduit St, Mayfair, next to Bond Street station, W1S 2XG Click to share the news

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