Liverpool is well-known for its art, culture and architecture as well as being the birthplace of The Beatles and home to two of the most successful teams in English football, Liverpool FC and Everton FC. It’s no wonder that each year Liverpool attracts millions of tourists looking to explore this popular city and discover all that it has to offer.
A fun way for millennials to travel and explore new places is by choosing a destination based on its Instagrammability. To put it simply; what places have picturesque locations that will look amazing on your Instagram feed to show all your followers.
It turns out; Liverpool has plenty of places around the city that would look perfect on your Instagram feed. Liverpool One has put together an infographic for their #VIPLiverpool campaign all about the most Instagrammable locations in Liverpool that can up your Instagram game.
Where to go for the perfect backdrop?
Liverpool has plenty of backdrops to choose from, whether it’s a colourful piece of wall art you’re looking to find or an iconic piece of architecture. Head to the Museum of Liverpool to take a stunning picture of the Three Graces; made up of the Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building. These three buildings make up one of the most beautiful skylines and are a must-see for anyone visiting Liverpool.
If you’re looking for a backdrop that’s a bit more picturesque and quaint, check out Queen Avenue which is a secret shopping street close to Liverpool One. It’s a must-see for fans of Harry Potter as it resembles Diagon Alley.
Discover the city at night
There are plenty of places to take snaps of in the day, and Liverpool looks just as amazing at night. If you want to add a bit of quirkiness to your Instagram feed, you’ll need to take a photo of Zig Zag Staircase in Liverpool One. The staircase lights up and changes colour which would make a great Boomerang!
For one of Liverpool’s hidden gems check out the Princess Dock Footbridge which lights up blue and purple and looks great at dusk. Staying with the quirky theme, head over to Junkyard Golf Club for bright neon paint, cocktails with sweets in and crazy golf courses.
Finding new places to explore via Instagram is a new and exciting way to explore destinations. Is this something you have done before or something you would consider in the future? We’d love to hear your thoughts. Leave us a comment below.