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Brighton among the most beautiful cities to wake up to – see how it ranked Brighton News

Spring is upon us with brighter, prettier and, finally, more Instagrammable mornings.

Thinking of picturesque sunrises and the hazy twilight of dawn, Premier Inn set out to find the places people most wanted to photograph in the first place.

The hotel chain researched the most populated cities on Instagram, comparing the number of hashtags for #goodmorning[city] for each location.

Gathering this information, he identified the top 10 most photographed spots in the morning, with Brighton making the list.


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The most beautiful cities in the UK to wake up to

Instagrammers get up early and get their cameras ready to catch a glimpse of the UK’s most beautiful cities to see the sunrise.

London ranks number one globally and as such is also the most popular city in the UK to explore first thing in the morning.

Brighton come in a respectable seventh place ahead of Liverpool, Newcastle and Birmingham.

Top 10 Instagrammed UK cities in the morning

1. London – 39,600 Instagram hashtags

2. Cardiff – 1,850 Instagram hashtags

3. Manchester – 1,050 Instagram hashtags

4. Edinburgh – 900 Instagram hashtags

5. Glasgow – 680 Instagram hashtags

6. Bristol – 570 Instagram hashtags

7. Brighton – 550 Instagram hashtags

8. Liverpool – 380 Instagram hashtags

9. Newcastle Upon Tyne – 350 Instagram hashtags

10. Birmingham – 340 Instagram hashtags

A Premier Inn spokesperson said: “Morning brings a fresh start to every new day, and what better way to start the day than to experience some of the city’s most beautiful scenes at sunrise.

“From the peaceful sea views of coastal towns such as Brighton and Bristol, to the calm that reigns in big cities like London and Manchester at dawn, before the towns come alive and the bustle begins.”

For more information on research, visit the Premier Inn website.

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Source: www.theargus.co.uk
This notice was published: 2022-05-01 23:01:00

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