Brighton is one of the UK’s most instagrammable cities, in fact at the time of writing #brighton has been tagged in 7,416,605 posts. Of course we're not surprised as the city's eclectic mix of styles and expressions are ripe for instantly Instagramable selfies.

So grab your phone and your selfie stick and let's go for a walk! Don't forget to tag #visitbrighton for a chance to have your photo shared on our @visit.brighton instagram

Brighton Beach

Brighton's iconic seafront has been attracting holidaymakers for over a hundred years, and it's easy to see why. This beautiful stretch of coast is part of what makes Brighton such a popular destination. Stroll along the shingle and capture the sea, or the shorefront shops in a perfect selfie.

The Lanes

Another popular photopgraphic spot in Brighton is the quirky independent stores that make up The Lanes. These narrow promenades are host to Brighton's most colourful and unique shopping experiences. Get snapping in the riot of colour and style that the Lanes offer.

Stanmer Park

Just outside the city centre you'll find Stanmer Park, in addition to being an access point to the stunning South Downs the park is also home to The Badgers Sculpture created from a fallen tree trunk. 

Brighton Marina

Brighton Marina is Europe’s largest marina and is so much more than just a place to park your boat! Shop, eat, play and enjoy the views with this iconic backdrop. If you like your boats, you'll love spending time walking up and down and enjoying the marina.

Beach Huts

These traditional, colourful huts make the perfect backdrop. These picturesque huts from holidays past are as timeless as you can get on any beach in the UK. Extending all the way into Hove, every hut is a colourful display and a work of art all its own.

Street Art

As you wander around the city you'll soon realise that anything can be a canvas! Many of the cafés, shops, bars & restaurants have street art murals on their walls but the creativity doesn't stop there as cable boxes, pavements and even bins have been known to be given a colourful make-over. 

British Airways i360

At 450 feet high, the i360 viewing platform is the perfect place for a seagull's view of the city. With incredible views of Brighton and the surrounding countryside, this serves as a great backdrop to any selfie!

Royal Pavilion

When you think about iconic buildings in Brighton, the Royal Pavilion is always one of the first to come to mind and really it's no surprise, I mean, look at it! It's beautiful!

Sea Life Brighton

On Saturday 10 August 1872 Brighton Aquarium formally opened to the public. 146 years later it's still drawing in the crowds and wowing its visitors! Sure it's dark, but you can get some mesmerising selfies thanks to the rainbow lighting and the fabulously coloured fish!

Brighton Palace Pier

Here are some stats about Brighton Palace Pier…

⇒ It's 1,719ft long 

⇒ At night, 62,000 lightbulbs light up the pier 

⇒ On a busy day, they'll sell 1,200 portions of fish and chips to their hungry visitors

⇒ Oh, and it's the most Instagrammed pier in England - 341k Instagram pics can't be wrong!

This post is an updated verison of a piece originally posted in 2018 in collaboration with Eyesite, Brighton.




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