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The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Vancouver

Vancouver is a seaport in British Columbia which and always ranks top as one of the best places in the world to live.

It is surrounded by water, close to the mountains and has world class art, restaurants and heaps of other attractions to keep you entertained.

You’ll want a few great photos so we’ve found the 7 best Vancouver Instagram spots for you…

1. Vancouver Lonsdale Quay

It’s a short 30 minute ferry ride across the water but if you time it to coincide with sunset you’ll get a cracking view of the skyline.

The perfect Vancouver Instagram spot.

 

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2. Angel Wings At Kitsilano

This gorgeous piece of art takes up an entire building on the corner of Burrard and 4th Avenue. The piece has clearly been designed with Instagram in mind, so get snapping.

 

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3. Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

A series of suspension bridges that are high up among the trees.

So long as you’re not scared of heights, this is the perfect spot for that Vancouver Instagram shot. You’ll find more info here.

 

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4. Engagement Sculpture

This unusual sculpture on the waters edge depicts two huge engagement rings. It lights up at night for a different perspective, but we reckon sunset is the ideal time to visit.

 

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5. Hotel Europe Gastown

Wedged between two streets in the Gastown area of Vancouver, this incredibly unique building on Powell St will have you staring and wondering how they built it for ages.

You can read more about its history here.

 

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6. Stanley Park Seawell

This 400-hectare natural West Coast rainforest is one of the great city parks in the world. Walk, cycle or simply stroll around taking in the stunning sea and city views.

Numerous perfect spots for that Vancouver Instagram shot. More info about the park here.

 

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7. Bloedel Conservatory

The Bloedel Conservatory is an indoor tropical garden in Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Park.

You’ll learn lots and see some amazing birds and fauna but let’s be honest – those lush greens are made for photographing. You’ll find them here.

 

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