UK's most Instagrammable spots

No matter where you are in the UK, you're not far from a stunning spot that's certainly Insta-worthy.

From picture-perfect backdrops to famous locations, there are thousands of places where you can take a snap that will impress your online followers.

Here, we've picked out some of the UK's most Instgrammable spots that will brighten up your socials.

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland

We may be kicking off our list in Scotland's capital, but this location is famous across the globe.

Edinburgh Castle dates back to the 12th century, with its stunning architecture, perched upon a rugged hunk of volcanic rock, dominating the city's skyline.

For a particularly beautiful view of the castle, we recommend taking your snap from The Vennel Steps close to the Grassmarket.

Stonehenge, Salisbury

While the ring of stone structure, which dates back 5000 years, has stumped historians as to how they got there or what they were used for, one thing is sure, they've became one of the most famous landmarks in the UK.

Part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, it's a fascinating spot and perfect for some pics. Our top tip would be to book onto an inner circle tour of Stonehenge at dawn or dusk to get the perfect shot of the sun rising.

Snowdonia, Wales

It's no surprise that this national park is one of the most popular in the UK. Known for its beautiful lakes and countryside views, Mount Snowden, the largest mountain in Wales, is a sight to behold.

Loch Lomond, Scotland

This stunning freshwater loch is surrounded by charming and quaint villages located next to the picturesque countryside.

Enjoy the fresh air, while you use the scenery as the perfect backdrop for a pic.

Land's End, Cornwall

You’ve probably already seen famous sign, which is on Land’s End, the most Western point of mainland Britain.

If you get snapped next to it, then you’ll be sure to get a wonderful view of the sea in the background.

Lake Windermere, Lake District

Feel like you're on holiday, even if you're not.

Windermere in the Lake District is England's largest lake at 10.5 miles long, that's just over 18 km. Take a dip in it, and you'll be left feeling invigorated as you take in the views.

Angel of the North, Gateshead

Antony Gormley’s Angel of the North is arguably the UK’s most famous piece of public art.

At 54 metres wide and 20 metres high, it is believed to be the largest angel sculpture in the world.

It's no surprise that 150,000 people visit it every single year.

Abbey Road, London

The Abbey Road zebra crossing is famous worldwide thanks to being pictured on The Beatles' Abbey Road album cover. The cover, which shows the shot of each of The Beatles crossing Abbey Road, has become one of the most famous album sleeves of all time.

Recreate that shot with you and your friends, but of course, make sure to look both ways in case there's oncoming traffic!

Back to Latest News