If you find yourself in London wanting to up your Instagram game and get the perfect selfie, we have the trendiest pub crawl for you. This new study outlines the most fashionable pubs, so grab your best friends and family and follow the map we’ve laid out for you–ranking the most stylish places London has to offer and pinpointing the locations on a map. Follow the map and we assure you this will be a bar crawl for the books!

Tap in to London’s 10 coolest neighborhoods and it’s trendiest locations. Start at the Convent Garden, and then to Chelsea, Camden, Hoxton, and Docklands, Marylebone, Notting Hill, Kensington, Shoreditch and Hackney Wick. We have these ranked by trendiest, weighted by the number of social media posts and number of fashion stores, as well as the best places to take your perfect Instagram photos in each of the locations. To top that off, we have the location of the nearest tube station and tube line all mapped out for you.

Covent Garden is ranked number one on the top three fashionable locations on The Crawl. After visiting a few of the 133 nearby clothing shops, head to The Harp, a traditional British pub in a great location near Trafalgar Square, Apple and East Colonnade Markets, and the Seven Dials.

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Chelsea is ranked number two, offering beautiful landscaping and King’s Road for designer shopping. In Chelsea, among the 58 stores near Sloane Square, visitors can experience The Chelsea Pig, a rustic and charming gastropub after a spending spree in the Duke of York Square or independent boutiques on King’s Road.

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And last but not least, Camden, not only a favourite for artists, creatives and musicians, it is also perfect for a broad selection of pubs, bars and restaurants with The World’s End, a huge corner pub playing metal and rock music being a must see.

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Docklands is ranked number five on the list, with 11 fashions stores nearby and unbeatable views of the London skyline at Bokan Bar.

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Known for Dickens and Georgian architecture, the fancy Marylebone comes in ranked at number six on the list. In addition to the 52 fashion stores nearby, the Cabbage & Frocks market is open on Saturday for rare vintage finds and affordable designer clothes.

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Ranked number seven on the list, Notting Hill has an array of beautiful pastel-coloured buildings that are the perfect background for having your photo taken. With 60 fashion stores nearby, this is the perfect place to get your pastel photo.

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Kensington is ranked number eight on the list, with the historic Kensington Palace and the V & A Natural History museum. With 36 fashion stores nearby, stop into Harrod’s for a shopping spree to top off your day.

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A vintage shopper and people-watchers dream, Shoreditch is ranked number nine and has an incredible artistic history that seeps throughout the neighborhood, as well as 18 fashion stores nearby.

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And last, but not least, Hackney Wick has beautiful industrial interiors, graffiti-strewn warehouses, and second-hand clothes shops, as well as 17 fashion stores nearby. The Old Ford Lock is just a bonus!

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So get out your cameras, your favorite Instagram filters and your best pals and make memories you are sure to never forget! “London is a metropolis with many faces and regardless of what you like to explore, whether that’s wandering around markets or trying out local bars, the top 10 coolest locations have something for everyone.”