6 Most Instagrammable Places in The World
People love traveling, and it is always pleasant to see someone whip out their smartphones and snap cool pictures. There are many beautiful places around the world that anyone would love to capture on camera and even share on the most popular photo-sharing app, Instagram. Some of these photogenic places have been categorized as the most Instagrammable places in the world today.
So, are you an instaholic who would love to know the places to visit to get shareable, amazing pictures for your Instagram feed? Here are the six most Instagrammable places in the world today:
Canada is the home of a major tourist attraction known as Niagara Falls, one of the most Instagram-worthy spots in the world. The Great White North is also home to some spine-tingling cities, vast wilderness as well as cultural features and beautiful scenery. The third-largest city in Canada is Vancouver, and even though it is surrounded by water, the city – which is close to the mountains – has world-class restaurants, art, and other attractions that will keep you royally entertained.
One of the major tourist attractions in Spain is the Alhambra, a fortress complex and a place in Granada, Andalusia. This complex structure showcases Spain’s celebrated and most significant Islamic architecture along with the 16th-century – Christian – building as well as garden constructions. The Alhambra is a UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage site.
Every place in this port city located in southwestern Croatia on the Adriatic is Instagrammable. This is perhaps the biggest problem you will ever face in this place. For instance, the City Walls is an experience you should never miss even if you are visiting for less than an hour. Photo opportunities are at every corner, and even though you are encouraged to put down your camera or smartphone and enjoy the experience, a few photographs won’t hurt. Stradun is touted as one of the most famous streets in the world today and perfect for photographs and strolls. Just find your ideal spot and snap away!
Other photograph-worthy places in Dubrovnik include:
- Old Port
- The “Walk of Shame” stairs at the south side of Gundulic Square, which is underneath St. Ignatius Church (Game of Thrones fans would love this!)
Now, you know where to visit for Instagram-feed boosting pictures the next time you set foot in Dubrovnik.
4. Santa Monica Pier, Los Angeles, USA
You can also boost your Instagram feed with one of the most naturally magical local piers in the world. You will find it in Santa Monica, a small town that is not too far from Los Angeles. This perfect romantic place which goes 300 meters deep into the ocean, has been featured in hundreds of music videos over the years. It is the ideal place for anyone who wants to enjoy the Pacific Ocean while feeling the spirit of California at the same time. And yes, it is definitely Instagrammable!
5. Red Square, Moscow, Russia
Everyone knows that Red Square is to all of Russia what Big Ben is to London. It is not only the main square of Moscow, but it is also located quite close to the Kremlin, the Citadel of Moscow, which houses the offices of the Russian government. The significance of Red Square in the historical events that took place over centuries cannot be forgotten. You can take stunning pictures with the Kremlin and the attractive Saint Basil Cathedral on the background.
This is a Southeast Asian nation that is virtually made up of a collection of thousands of volcanic islands. One of such beautiful islands is known as Bali. A visit to Indonesia will be a dream come true for you as you will come across lots of beaches, Komodo dragons, volcanoes, and jungles teeming with orangutans, elephants, tigers, etc. If you call this place “paradise,” you won’t be far off the mark. It is pointless to say that your Instagram feed will be teeming with your followers, double-tapping all the breathtaking pictures you snap on this archipelago.
Well, there you have it: 6 Instagrammable places in the world today. So, find time to visit any of these places at least once in your lifetime. You won’t regret it! Of course, we’d love to hear of that awesome traveling experience you documented.