England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are filled with beautiful natural landscapes and quaint country towns. Delve into the country’s history while grabbing a stunning photo with your loved ones. Or take a trip to London or one of the UK’s famous towns for a taste of fast-paced city life.
The perfect picture can capture a trip and help you to remember it in years to come. Here are the best places to
visit in the UK for a breath-taking Instagram shot and some wonderful memories.
Edinburgh is filled with magnificent views and ancient history. Take a hike up to Arthur’s Seat, where King Arthur himself once sat to take in the Scottish views. Visit Edinburgh Castle, or admire the castle views from the city with a glass of wine.
Edinburgh is the epitome of Scottish culture, with bagpipes playing and kilt shops all over the city. Enjoy the accent,
and make sure to visit the German market if you are visiting at Christmas time.
The Lake District is one of the most beautiful places in the UK. Drive to the small village of Grasmere to learn about William Wordsworth and his favourite spots to write poetry. Capture an Instagram shot while rowing on Lake Windermere or hike up Helvellyn to get an action shot at the top.
Royal Pavilion, Brighton
Take a train to Brighton and enjoy the independent cafes, shops and activities on Brighton Pier. Brighton is the home of many influencers and Instagrammers, and for a good reason. The beachside views and, of course, the Royal Pavilion make the perfect backdrop for any photo.
Try using a fun filter or turning up the contrast on your photos to capture the beach town’s turquoise sea and pastel colours.
Tower Bridge London
London is an incredibly photographic city. Tower Bridge is an iconic landmark, built in 1894. Enjoy a meal with
Tower Bridge in the background for the ultimate foodie Instagram shot.
Buckingham Palace, the London Eye and Big Ben also make for the best tourist photos. Try to go in the early
morning to avoid the crowds of tourists taking the same picture. You might be able to catch the sunrise in your shots – and let’s be honest, sunrise and sunset make for the best Instagram pictures!
If you’re a history buff, head to Stonehenge to see a prehistoric stone complex. You can learn about the history
behind this landmark while grabbing a family photo.