The Five Most Instagrammable Destinations in the World

Santorini, Greece

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Santorini, Greece

Santorini, Greece

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The cornerstones of global travel in the 21st century – open borders and free movement – may not return in the short term, but by now everyone has itchy feet. With many people around the globe eager to pack their bags and head to their next destination, Insta-worthy shots are in high demand. Here are the most Instagram-friendly places in the world for 2021.

Capetown, South Africa

Cape Town has a cool urban vibe:  there are excellent art galleries, hip bars, world-renowned restaurants and design-led shops. After soaking up the sun, enjoying the outdoors and sampling the local food and wine, there is plenty more to discover in the city. The magic of Cape Town goes far beyond its beauty; it lies in what it has to offer visitors.

South Africa is one of the most breathtaking destinations in the world, and Cape Town is a true gem

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Helsinki, Finland

The beautiful, green capital of Finland, with its vibrant spirit and wonderful urban spaces, may not get as much rave press as Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo, but it never fails to offer people pleasant surprises. The great architecture, intriguing drinking and dining venues, and ground-breaking design make Helsinki one of the best cities to live in.

The best way to get to know the city is to take a 1 boat ride, affording a completely different perspective of the city. Stunning examples of the Finnish Art Nouveau movement and innovative contemporary design can be found throughout the city. Helsinki is a wonderful place to walk around, and if you can hop on one of the beautiful trams that run regularly, the experience will be even more memorable.

Helsinki - The beautiful, green capital of Finland, with its vibrant spirit and wonderful urban spaces

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Marrakech, Morocco

Whether you spell it Marrakesh or Marrakech (either is acceptable), a visit to Morocco's Red City is a unique experience. Marrakech could almost be described as overwhelming: its dizzying array of sights, smells and tastes stimulate all your senses at once.

The first thing to remember is that cash is king in Marrakech, as only resorts, some restaurants and some shops accept credit cards. The old town of Marrakech, the magnificent Bahia Palace and the Djemaa el Fna are the three main attractions of this beautiful city.

Marrakech: Its dizzying array of sights, smells and tastes stimulate all your senses at once

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Santorini, Greece

White sandy beaches, whitewashed stone houses, ancient temples, vibrant food and bougainvillea blossom make it ideal for photo lovers –  have probably seen this island on your social media feed.

Thanks to social media, crowds flock here. To avoid them, head to Monolithos. You can can take one of the most beautiful hikes from Fira to Oia, enjoy the sun and Mediterranean on the famous beaches and get unique views of Santorini's calderas and its cliff dwellings on a sailing trip. Santorini is an expensive destination but the place really lives up to expectations.

Santorini, Greece

Santorini: With white sandy beaches, whitewashed stone houses, ancient temples, vibrant food and bougainvillea blossom make it ideal for photo lovers

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Bali, Indonesia

Bali is a magical blend of culture, people, cuisine and nature. It is not for nothing that it has been rated as one of the best travel destinations for many years.

If you are looking for relaxation, Canggu is the best place in Bali, while Ubud is considered the art and culture centre of the island. If you are looking for a great place to enjoy beach walks, the beach town of Sanur is a perfect choice. No matter where you stay, Bali as one of the most visited islands in the world.

Bali, Indonesia

 Bali is a magical blend of culture, people, cuisine and nature

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