50 Trending London Captions

  • London is calling, so I must go.”
  • “London serving looks.”
  • “Living like the royal”
  • † “I’m taking life up a scone
  • ‘Nowhere is London so good. Nothing at all, anywhere.”
  • “Wear your crown and go to London.
  • “I have class and you don’t.”
  • “Money can’t buy you happiness, but you can buy a ticket to London with it.”
  • “She has a ticket to drive.

Trending London Captions for Instagram

Trending London Captions for Instagram
  • London girls have more fun.
  • † London hair, doesn’t matter.
  • London mode: on.
  • Be right back, go to London
  • I lie to myself all the time. But I never believe me.
  • find that the harder I work, the luckier I seem
  • Go to heaven for the climate and hell for the business
  • Be different so people can see you clearly among the crowds.

Famous London Captions for Instagram

Famous London Captions for Instagram
  • A good mind is sharper than a bad sword.
  • From London with love.”
  • “London is calling, so I must go.”
  • “London serving looks.”
  • “Living like the royal family.”
  • “I take life scone for scone.”
  • Nowhere is it better than in London. †
  • “Wear your crown and go to London.”
  • “I have class and you don’t.” — The parental trap
  • I was born in Oslo, Norway but now live in the suburbs of South West London, near the River Thames. It’s a beautiful part of the world.
  • While living in London, I worked for a while at the UN as a human rights and refugee officer. I have two degrees, and my second was in radio. I was a programmer and news reporter in Canada. My resume looks bananas.
  • London, you are the flower of all cities!.
  • As an only child, I had no family other than my mother and father, as the rest of my family lived quite far from London.
  • In Paris you learn humor, in London you learn to crush your social rivals and in Florence you learn balance.
  • London’s greatest strength is our diversity, and it’s great to see Londoners celebrating the different traditions of our capital, determined to resist division.
  • I was born in Oslo, Norway but now live in the suburbs of South West London, near the River Thames. It’s a beautiful part of the world.
  • While living in London, I worked for a while at the UN as a human rights and refugee officer. I have two degrees, and my second was in radio. I was a programmer and news reporter in Canada. My resume looks bananas.
  • London, you are the flower of all cities!
  • When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; because in London there is all that life can afford.
  • You won’t find a single intellectual who wants to leave London. No, sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; because in London there is all that life can afford.
  • In Paris you learn humor, in London you learn to crush your social rivals and in Florence you learn balance.
  • London’s greatest strength is our diversity, and it’s great to see Londoners celebrating the different traditions of our capital, determined to resist division.
  • My mother, Jennie Buckman, was a Jew in North London who, along with my father, proudly chose to raise me and my two brothers in Hackney.
  • It’s one thing if you live in London and you support Chelsea or you’re in New York and you like the Giants or Jets and it doesn’t matter who’s on the team, you’re in it. It’s different with tennis; you’re kind of your own man so you have to reach out and grab someone in a different way.
  • I never consider myself a minority. I see people like me in Barbados, in Trinidad, in Haiti, in London and in Brooklyn. So I don’t know what anyone means when they call me a ‘minority’. There’s something about that word for me. It just minimizes people.
  • Stockholm is unique in that it is built on islands and surrounded by water, so you get a huge sense of freedom. It has everything you could possibly need – everything New York or London has, but without all the people and traffic. It has also become a very creative city, not only for music but also for fashion and computer games.
  • London Fashion Week is so unlike any other. Compared to the rigors in New York, London seems freer from commercial restrictions. More faithful to the process, to the street style, to a sense of humor.
  • I was born and raised in London, so I didn’t speak good Hindi. But as I socialize more with my Hindi speaking friends, I get better at the language.
  • Recently I showed my father the first episode of ‘Toast of London’. He laughed a little, but when it was over, he turned to me and said, “You’re an idiot.” I loved that.
  • The opening and closing ceremonies of the London Olympics are massive satanic rituals disguised as a celebration of Britain and sport. Their medium is the language of symbolism.
  • The blood of the righteous shall be demanded of London burned by fire in the year 66. The old lady will fall from her high place and many of the same sect will be killed.
  • The man who can dominate a London dining table can dominate the world.
  • London, that great cesspool into which all the lounge chairs and idlers of the empire are irresistibly drained.
  • If it’s three o’clock in New York, it’s still 1938 in London.
  • The atmosphere of London as a city is captivating. It’s both fast paced and extremely rushed but still has the calm that would attract any big city person.
  • If London is a watercolor, New York is an oil painting.