Instagram has become a sensation where it comes to showing off your best images, and the world has the most unique destinations such as cities, towns to photograph and discover. Check out our favourite instagrammable destinations below!
The city of angels, and also home of the Hollywood sign, is currently the largest city of California, and a hub for the arts and culture.
LA currently has 841 museums and galleries to be visited, which is the most galleries per capita throughout the whole of the United states. The performing arts play a major role in Los Angeles's cultural identity, with more than 1,100 annual theatrical productions every week.
A common and almost obvious choice for someone visiting LA would be to visit Universal Studios.
Another well known tourist location that probably isn't a first choice for most, could be the Hollywood walk of fame. This is a fun place to potentially seek out and take pictures with your favourite stars.
Venice is famously known as the “City of Water” or “City of Bridges”, aptly named because of the city’s prominent canals and lagoons. Today those canals still provide the means for transport of goods and people within the city.
So many tourists are drawn to Venice not just for its beautiful Italian architecture, but also for its unique style of transportation. Venice relies very heavily on water navigation, so it’s very much a spectacle for travellers and sightseers.
Japan’s Cherry Blossom trees are a famous indicator for the country and their culture.
The native tree can be seen all over the country, and even has a National festival dedicated to them. The blossom’s are known to bloom between mid-march and early may, and remain present until they fall a couple weeks, to a month after they initially bloom.
Visiting shrines and small towns up and down the country during this time of year is very picturesque. Although, the country has been said to be quite cold at this time of year, so it can be surprisingly quiet and peaceful.
The ‘Festival of colours’, or ‘Holi’ as it’s known in India, is a spectacular display of colour and celebration.
Holi is celebrated all over India every year, around the time of the last full moon in March.
This holiday represents the triumph of good over evil, as it celebrates the victory of Lord Vishnu as Narasimha Narayana over Hiranyakashipu.
Holi celebrates the arrival of spring, and it is a festive day to meet others. It lasts for a night and a day, starting on the evening of the Full Moon Day. Holi is an ancient Indian religious festival that has become popular among non-Indians as well in many parts of Asia, as well as people of other communities outside Asia.
Looking at any photos of this celebration should be reason enough for anyone to want to experience it first hand.
It’d be tough to fit all of London into one day out, but there are some very interesting and unique places to check out.
Visiting Buckingham Palace and witnessing the changing of the guard is a pretty stereotypical choice, but worth a look at least once in your life. Plus, it’ll be a fun experience to get a photo with a guard!
Central London is chock full of ancient buildings, galleries and Museums to visit. Big names include the Tate Gallery and Tate modern, and the Natural History Museum.
Plus, within a 15 minute underground journey of each other, are 2 famous shopping hubs, Camden and Covent. Camden town includes the famous Camden Market, which is a popular shopping spot, popular with tourists, teenagers and punks.
Regarded by many as "The biggest show on Earth", is Brazil’s famous Rio Carnival, held every year mid February in their capital city, Rio. Rio Carnival was once celebrated with roots to Catholic traditions taking place just before Lent. Rio Carnival was the final feast and celebration before Christians spent the next 40 days fasting.
Many people consider Rio Carnival as a country wide party, where dressing up, eating traditional food, and dancing are all expected. Similar to the festival of colour held in India, Rio Carnival is considered a place to go out and connect with family and friends, and hopefully make new ones.
Paris, otherwise known as the city of love, has plenty of famous places to visit.
The french capital is very picturesque, and is home to a handful of landmarks to see. Paris is known around the globe as a center for art, fashion and culture.
Many people consider the Louvre to be an important destination on their bucket list. It’s the world’s biggest art museum, and houses many famous masterpieces, such as the Mona Lisa. It's a must see destination for people who are interested in art culture around the world.
New York city is a bustling, modern place. It sits where the Hudson River meets the Atlantic ocean, and is another hub for famous Landmarks.
Tourists gather here to visit places such as the Empire State Building, Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, and more.
The “Big Apple” is known for its big Broadway performances, and busy shopping districts. People looking for somewhere to shop wouldn't want to miss Fifth Avenue.
Maldives is a small collection of islands within Asia. It’s a famous destination for it’s beautiful beaches and underwater activities.
The islands are surrounded by clear blue water, which encourages those who visit to explore many water based activities and sports.
The Maldives is practically surrounded by beautiful coral reefs, which you can dive down and experience first hand. Visitors to the area are also free to swim with Whale Sharks, and in schools of Tropical Fish.
Bali is a volcanic island located in Indonesia. The forested mountains are a beautiful sight to see.
The island is home to various religious sights such as Uluwatu temple so any tourists wanting to experience the history and culture of the island have plenty of opportunities.
There are so many many traditional things to see, such as Bali’s water temples, and the Gate of Heaven. However, there are always modern experiences too, like the bars and resort towns.