The Best Locations For Your Photoshoot In London.
Welcome to London!
London is the perfect place in which you can easily fill checking items off your lifelong bucket list, because it’s home of the most iconic attractions: Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Tower of London, Buckingham. Besides London houses great buildings and amazing architecture, it’s well known by its museums and galleries, giving you the opportunity to visit permanent collections in which most of the cases are free. We can tell you that no city of the world has better free things to do than London. We’ll show you the best locations for your photoshoot in London.
London is one of most visited cities in the world, the amount of visitors increase during the hottest time of the year: July and August, so if you want to avoid crowds spring and fall are the perfect time.
The best option to know better the most beautiful places of London is walking through its streets and alleys. In this way, you will discover local shops or even magical places, which will allow you to understand the culture and local people by the hand of our Captourers.
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When you think of London, the first thing that comes to mind is the Big Ben which tourists and locals refere to the landmark tower at the Houses of Parliament. But that’s not quite accurate. Formerly known as the Clock Tower, the structure was renamed the Elizabeth Tower in 2012, in honour of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. It is the bell within that is named Big Ben.
Keep in mind that the Big Ben will be the main reference for your photoshoot. Next to it you will find the Victoria Tower Gardens, a public park alongside the river Thames, an extraordinary place to walk around while admiring the river. Just in front of it raise up the London Eye the famous cantilevered observation wheel.
- Big Ben
- Palace of Westminster
- London Eye
- Victoria Tower Gardens
Buckingham Palace is located in the city of Westminster, currently the official London residence of the Queen. Travelling to London is incomplete without strolling through Green Park and see the Buckingham Palace. Walking this route gives you the opportunity to admire and to breathe royalty air. St. James’s Park the oldest of the royal parks in London is the perfect place for a peaceful walk. Surrounded by leafy trees, this park offers a little something for everyone. Westminster Cathedral with a neo-Byzantine style is a beautiful architectural contrast made of brick that could finish your route.
- Buckingham Palace
- St. James’s Park
- Westminster Cathedral
Considered the most famous bridge that crosses the Thames, The Tower Bridge has become an iconic symbol of London. This bridge raises up above the Thames river with elegance by its two beautiful towers tied together, certainly this bridge is an attraction you wouldn’t miss. Next to the bridge you’ll find the Potters Fields Park, a small public park which is frequently used for food festivals and all kinds of events. This park has marvellous views of both the river Thames and Tower Bridge.
- Tower bridge
- Tower of London
- Potters Fields Park
If you love nature and peaceful places Hyde Park is for you. It is the largest of four Royal Parks in London, where you can watch swans and boats (which can be rented), glide over the Serpentine lake, visit Princess of Wales Memorial, Fountain, play tennis or go horseback riding.
- Kensington Palace
- Serpentine Gallery
- Albert memorial
With Captourist, hire a professional photographer and let them share with you hidden places, magical places and tips to explore the city where they live.
In Captourist, feel free to choose the best places for your photo shoot in London. Keep in mind that the number of places you visit will depend on the selected route and the time of the photoshoot you choose.
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