This beautiful bridge is an extremely popular photographic subject in London. For a great angle, go to More London on the south bank of the Thames. It's also a good spot to get a photo of the Tower of London.
Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament
Head to the South Bank to get that must-have picture of these London icons. To add to the atmosphere, time your visit for sunset to capture the glowing light behind the buildings.
The London Eye
This is one gigantic ferris wheel, located just across the river from Big Ben. Get your picture from Westminster Bridge in the early evening, as the wheel lights up. Or get on board and take a photo of the view from the top.
Expect crowds at this location — it's probably the most famous and popular location in the city. For a less crowded shot, visit early in the morning. Be sure to check the schedule if you're keen to catch the changing of the guards.
If you're travelling with a group, head to the Abbey Road zebra crossing and reenact the famous footsteps of John, Paul, George and Ringo on the iconic Beatles album cover. While you're there you can even take a tour of Abbey Road Studio Two, where this album and many others were recorded.