Liverpool’s Most Instagrammable Locations
If you are an Instagram enthusiast and planning to visit Liverpool, prior to your trip it’s worth doing your research so you can spend your time exploring and snapping the best cultural hotspots the city has to offer. Liverpool is full of undiscovered little places that are fun to discover and perfect for a quick photoshoot. I’ve teamed up with Safestore Liverpool to help you explore some of the most beautiful and Instagram-worthy cultural attractions this maritime city has to offer.
Goodness Gracious Roof Garden
Albert Dock waterfront was designed and opened in 1946 as the first structure in Britain to be built from cast iron, brick and stone. A must-have pit stop on your Liverpool trip, Albert Dock is the great place to be if you’re looking for a distinctive blend of artsy restaurants, rich culture, shops and awe-inspiring views. Hello, fashion shots by the shore!
The Albert Dock
Baltic Triangle, Jamaica Street
Described as having the best street art in Liverpool, Jamaica Street is located by the Queens Dock and features one of the most recognisable spray-painted murals – the copper-oxide green, Liver Bird wings. A must-see for any art enthusiast.
Seeking an eco-friendly way to explore Liverpool which can also help to burn calories? Count me in!
Exploring Liverpool with Cycle Tours is the perfect way to see the city – all in an environmentally friendly manner. Instagram-wise, biking around Liverpool, its gorgeous parks and suburbs will allow you to see places that aren’t as accessible when travelling by car.
If your Instagram newsfeed mainly covers foodie findings and your favourite drink (#goals) then The Alchemist is the place to go.
The Alchemist bartenders are described as ‘masters in the dark arts of molecular mixology. At The Alchemist you can choose from more than 50 cocktails (all very reasonably priced), but be prepared to see smoke, bubbles, fire and sparkles!