In recent years, the Baltic Triangle has firmly established itself as Liverpool’s creative hub and has been hailed ’the coolest place to live in Britain’. The area is brimming with some of the edgiest bars, entertainment venues and eateries the city has to offer.
A popular choice among students and young professionals, it’s perfect for those looking for affordable city spaces. A unique combination of heritage and modern living, the once derelict industrial warehouses have been transformed into stylish apartments, making it the perfect place to rent in Liverpool.
Whatever your reason for renting a Baltic Triangle apartment, we’re sure you won’t regret it! Check out our list of top things to do in this up-and-coming area of Liverpool:
Things to do in the Baltic Triangle
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From Banksy-inspired artwork to Jurgen Klopp’s iconic portrait, there’s tonnes of Insta-worthy graffiti to be found in the Baltic Triangle. And one thing’s for sure, you haven’t been to Liverpool if you haven’t had a picture taken with Paul Curtis’ iconic angel wings on Jamaica Street!
From innovative start-ups to independent radio stations, the Baltic Triangle is also home to many thriving enterprises. If you’re looking to land a job in the digital and creative sector, this is the place to be! And if you’re looking for experience in the digital industry, you should definitely check out Agent Academy’s a ward-winning marketing programme for 16-25s.
Places to Eat & Drink in the Baltic Triangle
You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to delicious food and drink in the Baltic Triangle. Spanning a number of streets, there's a fantastic mix of food markets, cosy cafes and trendy bars including:
- Baltic Market
- 92 Degrees Coffee
- Siren (and Chapter of Us)
- The Baltic Social
- Hobo Kiosk
- Love Lane Brewery
How to get to the Baltic Triangle
Although the Baltic Triangle has a very different feel to the city centre, it’s actually just a stone’s throw from Liverpool’s main transport hubs.
Lime Street (Liverpool’s main train station) - 16 min walk (0.8 miles) Liverpool ONE Bus Station - 10 min walk (0.5 miles)
If you don’t want to walk, the 26, 30, 82, 135 and 235 all pass through the Baltic Triangle (at Brick Street).
How far away is it from Liverpool’s main hotspots?
Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) - 13 min walk (0.6 miles) Liverpool Guild of Students (Liverpool Uni) - 23 min walk (1.1 miles)
Liverpool John Moores (City Campus) - 19 min walk (0.9 miles)
Liverpool Hope (Creative Campus) - 34 min walk or half an hour bus ride using the 26 or 10A (1.7 miles)
Seel Street (bar/restaurant hotspot) - 10 min walk (0.5 miles) Liverpool Anglican Cathedral - 12 min walk (0.6 miles) Liverpool ONE Shopping - 10 min walk (0.5 miles)