- London looks its finest at Christmastime, thanks to endless twinkling lights and elaborate festive displays.
- The most beautiful decorations, of course, make for brilliant Instagram content, and influencers love them.
- There are certain scenes, however, that you’ve probably seen all over your feed multiple times.
There’s nowhere like London at Christmas, a city which runs solely on mince pies and mulled wine for the whole of December.
While the streets may be horrendously packed with seasonal shoppers, there’s one consolation which makes venturing out bearable: the Christmas lights and decorations.
Thanks to Instagram, an increasing number of shops and restaurants are pushing the boat out with their festive displays in the hope of enticing influencers to swing by for a Christmas selfie.
Needless to say, there are certain spots around the city that you’re probably already bored of seeing on your Instagram feed (yet also somehow want to visit and get a snap for yourself).
Here are the nine shots of Christmas in London that nearly every Instagram influencer has taken this year.
1. Something in Covent Garden
Covent Garden’s decorations offer a veritable feast for the gram — one trip to the area can provide influencers with content for days.
There’s the „infinity chamber“ mirrored tunnel light installation (above), which was basically designed for selfies…
…The car piled high with presents…
…And the mistletoe-topped, ribbon-bedecked, Christmas tree photo spot.
2. The wrapped-up toilets at Sketch
The bathrooms in quirky central London restaurant Sketch are an Instagram fave all year round thanks to their fun egg-shaped cubicles.
Now, the iconic toilets‘ have had a Christmas makeover, and Instagram fiends just can’t get enough.
3. The entrance to Annabel’s
The luxury Mayfair private members‘ club has pulled out all the stops with its incredible outdoor display, featuring a gigantic Christmas tree festooned with twinkly lights, presents, and giant candy canes. Even better, you don’t even need to step inside to get the photo.
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