The characterful Q2 has been on an adventure
The Audi Q2 is special – it’s something different, something unique. It’s #untaggable. That’s why Audi went on an adventure in Liverpool to see what the scouse city had in common with the Q2.
This isn’t your usual guidebook, this is the #untaggable guide to Liverpool. If you only have one day in this northern cultural hub, here’s how to do it the #untaggable way:
Start your day on the Dazzle Ferry – no one word does it justice as it’s not just used for public transport. It’s also a moving art exhibition, created by Sir Peter Blake. Colourful inside and out, this #untaggable moving masterpiece offers an unforgettable Merseyside tour.
Head north to ‘Another Place’ at Crosby Beach, a sculpture like no other. Depicting 100 life-size figures, Sir Antony Gormley’s creation was designed to reflect man’s relationship with nature, but is it unnerving or calming? Bodies sinking below the surface and emerging again most certainly provokes contrasting emotions, but one thing’s for sure – it’s #untaggable.
Fancy an afternoon tea with a twist? Head to the Baltic Social in the city for The Punk Afternoon Tea, and treats such as mac and cheese balls, deep-fried ham hock and bubblegum cake – definitely #untaggable. Don’t forget to book!
Next up is Camp & Furnace, the perfect place to go if you fancy a rave or a round of bingo… this warehouse or ‘urban space’ in the Baltic Triangle is a truly unique venue attracting an eclectic mix of visitors to create an #untaggable atmosphere.
Last but not least, take the time to visit the Church of St. Luke, known as the ‘Bombed Out’ church as a result of a WWII attack. This open-top cultural hub plays host to a mix of events, including summer music, theatre and cinema events – is it a church? Theatre? Cinema? Museum? Try and work it out when you’re standing inside, looking up at the sky. Chances are, you’ll brand it #untaggable.
Start your very own Q2 quest with Jardine Motors Audi. Will you be Liverpool-bound or will you select your own city to explore?