Are you one of those types of people that uses Instagram more often than not? Why not check out the most Instagrammable spots all around Vancouver. While you’re at it, don’t forget to follow us too, you can find us at: @sunsetinnvancouver
We have narrowed down our personal top Instagrammable spots in our great city and we hope that you will check some of these out too and perhaps tag us in some of your glorious captures. Did you know that we have a photo contest happening right now, too? Should you be the lucky winner of our photo contest, you will win a complimentary two-night stay with us in an Executive Large One Bedroom Suite for the first place winner and should you be our second place winner, you will win a one-night stay with us in an Executive Large One Bedroom Suite.
Here are some of our selections for what we think are the most Instagrammable spots all around Vancouver.
English Bay & Stanley Park: What better place to go for an evening stroll to watch the sunset or to simply sit on the beach either by yourself or with someone. Locals and visitors love coming here because of the breathtaking view that will be sure to make you drop your jaw in amazement. There is a view here that is like no other and the sunsets during those shorter days of Fall and even during those longer ones during the Summer cannot be beat nor can they be rivaled. Did you know that during the mid-summer months in late July to early August that we have a yearly fireworks gala called the “Celebration of Light”? Three countries participate in a display of fireworks synchronized with a musical backdrop that light up the sky with magical colours. This would make for an amazing yet stunning Instagram capture.
Granville Island: Local food vendors, artists and so much more await you on Granville Island. A lot of the vendors on Granville Island whether they are an artist or a foodie are all local. Everything in the public market are also all local, so you will never find something “Made In ________” Be sure to check it out.
Gastown: One of the most historical parts of not only our city but in all of Canada. Gastown is known for it’s historical relevance as well as being the “original” downtown Vancouver. Named for “Gassy” Jack Deighton, a Yorkshire seaman, steamboat captain and barkeep who arrived in 1867 to open the area’s first saloon.
Here’s to hoping that you have found some inspiration as you go about discovering some of the most Instagrammable spots around our great city. Don’t forget to follow and tag us.
We hope to see some of your beautiful photography soon and remember to enter our photo contest.