It’s a picturesque city we call home; make the most of it by heading to one of London’s most breathtaking spots to enjoy incredible views. Our team has selected their favourite views from every corner of London, pack a picnic and prepare to be impressed.
The view from St James’s Park
Looking towards Horse Guards from St James’s Park is like looking into a fairytale. This one’s Damian’s favourite, but he also recommends the great views from the London Eye – a must if you’re visiting London.
This is a great place to stop and take in the view in a part of London that makes you feel like you are in the country. Time to relax.
The view from Alexandra Palace
Fernando recommends you relax in the surrounds of this historic London landmark and enjoy a wonderful lazy afternoon as you look out over the capital. What could be better?
The view from the Tate Modern
The famous gallery is a great place to have a drink and watch the ever-changing kaleidoscope of river traffic flow beneath. Head out onto the balcony (adjacent to the café) to enjoy impressive sights.
The view from Waterloo Bridge
London’s bridges each offer sensational views, but Waterloo Bridge is the one Iwona recommends. It’s a wonderful place to see the sun set over London.
The view from Primrose Hill
Image credit: Mike Rolls
The view from Greenwich Park
Greenwich Park is an incredibly scenic part of London. It looks great anytime of the year but it’s especially impressive in the spring.
The view from The Shard
The best view in London has to be the one from the dizzying heights of the 69th floor of The Shard. This short film shows just how brilliant those views are – and features our very own catering!