Quick Hits: The Most Instagrammed Spots in London 2017

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As one of the world’s leading travel destinations, London isn’t short on content for enthusiastic Instagrammers. We’ve zoomed in on the most photographed places in the capital. Bring on your selfie game and choose a filter wisely.

#BigBen
#BigBen

Photo Credit: @onthereBig Ben takes the lead as the most photographed attraction in the city. This iconic structure dinged in at a whopping 2,384,292 Instagram posts. The London Eye wasn’t far behind, attracting 1,875,117 snaps, closely followed by the dazzling Tower Bridge (1,144,405).

#LondonEye
#LondonEye

Photo Credit: @londoneye

#TowerBridge
#TowerBridge

Photo Credit: @towerbridge

The spectacularly lit Harrods (1,025,549) never fails to turn heads. If you stopped to shop, it could be the most expensive photo you’ve ever taken.

#Harrods
#Harrods

The policy-minded Westminster pulled in 745,399 posts, while regal Buckingham Palace hailed 572,844. Users added a touch of culture at the Tate Modern with a non-abstract 442,142 uploads.

#Westminster
#Westminster

Photo Credit: @massimo_cuomo_ph

#BuckinghamPalace
#BuckinghamPalace

Photo Credit: @visitlondonofficial

#TateModern
#TateModern

Photo Credit: @tateTwo Michelin-starred The Ledbury in Notting Hill won the instagram food war over the last year, beating out the city’s plentiful food spots with no less than 5,735 posts.

#TheLedbury
#TheLedbury

Photo Credit: @lueat

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