Most Instagrammable places in Liverpool

Liverpool is the centre of attention for arts, culture, and sports! When it comes to aesthetically pleasing, Liverpool has it all. From iconic landmarks such as the Liver Building and the Radio City Tower, to breathtaking architecture and stunning bars and restaurants. They are a treat for your Instagram feeds. 

Liverpool One has created an infographic of some of the most breathtaking Instagrammable spots they have to offer. 

I have created a list of some of the places I think are the most aesthetically pleasing for your Instagram in Liverpool. 

The Liver Bird Wings 

The wings appeared in 2017 at the Baltic Triangle. The painting was created by local artist Paul Curtis so people can transform themselves into the iconic Liver Bird. They were painted on the wall to symbolise the start of the street trend in the area. This is because the Baltic Triangle started to be dominated with quirky bars, shops, and other businesses. 

The Beatles Statue 

The Beatles Statue has been located at the Pier Head since 2015. It was donated by the famous Cavern Club of the Fab Four in their hometown and is one of the cities most popular selfie spots.

Baltic Market

The Baltic Market is filled with a wide selection of foods whether you’re a meat lover, vegan or vegetarian. The food will have your mouth watering and the alternative options will most definitely be a treat for your Instagram feed. 

Oh Me Oh My 

Oh Me Oh My is a rooftop bar that faces some of the most sensational views the city has to offer. The bar faces the iconic Liver Birds making it a great place to take a few shots for your Instagram and to have a nice cocktail in the sun.  

Liverpool has plenty of options to choose from when taking photographs. Whether you are wanting a fashionable backdrop or a boost of colour for your feed, then Liverpool is a fantastic city that offers all of this and all within a short distance from each other.  

 

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