15 must-shoot British landmarks and where to photograph them from

top UK locations to photograph
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Whether you’ve visited Big Ben, the Shard or Stonehenge, it’s almost a certainty in 2019 that you will have snapped a photo of it. However, when visiting some of these landmarks, it can be hard to know where exactly is best to take your shot. Is there a vantage point you don’t know about that frames the location in question in all its glory? Or have you seen a photo someone else has taken of the landmark and wondered where they were to get that angle?

Wonder no more, as Premier Inn has team up with professional photographer Daniel Lewis to reveal some of the very best places for photography at 15 of Britain’s most popular landmarks…

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