1. Houses of Parliament from the South Bank
Make the most out of this fantastic location and bag a load of London icons for your Instagram feed or photo album. The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben look striking from the South Bank, and you can cross Westminster Bridge for a close up (plus look back to capture the London Eye and South Bank). While here, take a flight on the London Eye for some panoramic pictures of London.
Why not change your Zoom background to the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben?
2. Tower Bridge at More London
Continue further down the river to More London where you’ll get a great angle for the obligatory photo of Tower Bridge, a hit with Instagrammers. From here, you can also snap the Tower of London as well as some of the more recent additions to London's skyline such as The Gherkin, buildings in the City of London and The View From The Shard – where you can ascend to Europe's highest viewing platform for more panoramic views.
Take your pick from two Zoom backgrounds of Tower Bridge.
3. St Paul's from Millennium Bridge
4. Abbey Road
Round up four friends to recreate the iconic Beatles album cover on the Abbey Road zebra crossing. The crossing has become somewhat of a pilgrimage point for fans of the Fab Four. While there, you can also take a tour of the world-famous Abbey Road Studio Two. Other famous names who have recorded here include Pink Floyd, Kate Bush, Elton John, Oasis and Adele.
5. Leake Street graffiti tunnel for street art
If you want to capture London’s urban vibe for your Instagram feed, you could do a lot worse than snapping some of the ultra-cool street art you’ll find around the capital. A great place to start is Leake Street Tunnel near Waterloo Station, often called the "Banksy Tunnel". Find it among our list of the best public and street art in London.
6. Richmond Park for the long view
London looks great from a distance. Take yourself up King Henry VIII’s Mound in Richmond Park for a view of St Paul's that is so splendid it's protected by urban planning laws. Or if you're in North London, try Parliament Hill at Hampstead Heath, Primrose Hill or Alexandra Palace.
Enjoy a view of Richmond Park every day by switching up your Zoom background to a picture of this Royal Park.
7. Insta-worthy spots in Greenwich
Grab your gear and head to Greenwich, an Instagrammer's haven for architectural gems, film locations and epic views of London. Snap a shot on the Prime Meridian at the Royal Observatory Greenwich; on deck or beneath the hull of Cutty Sark; among the cherry blossom in Greenwich Park; or from under The Painted Hall's ceiling at the Old Royal Naval College.
8. Iconic lights in Piccadilly Circus
9. Wax figures at Madame Tussauds London
Strike a pose with your favourite celebrity at wax figure museum Madame Tussauds London. From Prince William and King Charles III to Usain Bolt and David Beckham, Rihanna and One Direction, or Barack Obama and Nelson Mandela, there are a huge variety of wax figures to get snapped alongside.
10. Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace
Feel as though you're at Buckingham Palace each day by changing your Zoom background to an image of the royal residence.