The London that Killing Eve portrays may lack the pomp, circumstance, and royal landmarks seen in The Crown, but there’s no shortage of noteworthy locations spread across the British capital. The Tate Modern, where Villanelle has a staring contest with a human statue; Royal Albert Hall, where Carolyn and Villanelle talk job opportunities; and Tower Bridge (I’m still not over that scene) are the most obvious. But offbeat venues like Rivoli Ballroom, the site of #Villaneve’s first dance, and the Clapton Hart pub, which hosts Kenny’s wake, are worth the trip outside of zone 1. Remove the need for mapwork by booking a dedicated "Killing Eve" tour of London.
To see Villanelle’s London, stay in Shoreditch. Design-forward hotel, the Hoxton, offers a similar vibe to V’s converted warehouse apartment (which is located at 11 Cotton’s Gardens). While you’re there, take a food tour, check out the street art, and learn about the East End’s gangster history.