This view of the Pura Lempuyang is astonishing at whatever time of day.




The 7 Best Instagram Spots for Travelers 2019


Are you a social media addict and want to show off your travels around the world? If so, you must discover The 7 Best Instagram Spots for Travelers 2019!





If you want to know which places are trending in this 2019 for Instagrammers and influencers, we invite you to delight yourself with The 7 Best Instagram Spots for Travelers 2019. Moreover, you can plan your trip to one of these sites (either alone or in good company), and stay ahead of everybody else with your photographs!


There are many places throughout the planet that are worth visiting - to sit quietly for a while, enjoy the fascinating landscapes, share magical moments with friends or family, and even take all the possible pictures to show them off!


This list includes the most relevant sites for all those travelers who wish to be the envy of their friends, acquaintances and followers in social networks. Let’s discover them!


Pura Lempuyang (Indonesia)



Yep, this above image is the very spot! Breathtaking, huh? (Source: Pexels)


Although the pictures taken in this magnificent place in Bali may seem a bit repetitive (you'll notice if you search for it on Instagram), we must say that the temple of Pura Lempuyang Luhur invites you to experience the magic of Balinese culture. Immerse yourself in the spirituality that overflows at this amazing site, explore each corner of it and marvel at everything that Indonesia has to offer.


The word "pura" refers to the Hindu sanctuaries of Bali, which are strategically located throughout the island. In this sense, this extraordinary pura has an undoubted charm, because of the famous "Doors of Heaven", which are only a part of the entire sacred complex that embraces Mount Lempuyang.


Registan (Uzbekistan)


OMG! Was this structure built by humans? (Source: Pixabay)


The ancient city of Samarkand, of which it is believed that almost 30 centuries have passed since its foundation, is a precious gem in the central area of the Asian continent. Thanks to this, and to the place we are referring to in this section, this destination has earned a well-deserved position in the list of World Heritage Sites of Unesco.


Samarcanda has a fascinating history, which has developed between invasions and resurgences, between traditions and modernity, between the Silk Road trade and scientific research centers. In the middle of all this was Registan, because it was in the heart of the city, standing out for its dazzling architecture and for being the center of many events over time, which name recalls what it once was: a square covered in sand.


Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque (United Arab Emirates)



What a beautiful dream... Wait, this is not a dream! It's a dreamy spot. (Source: Pixabay)


On the Arabian Peninsula, west of Asia, is the nation which capital is Abu Dhabi; where you will find the largest mosque in the entire country. This splendid space forms a white marble construction, with ornaments of flowers and ostentatious Swarovski chandeliers, which accompany the decoration that pays tribute to Sheikh Zayed, who was its ruler.


The structure of the Great Sheikh Zayed Mosque evokes all the greatness and wealth of the nation, making it one of the most photographed places by visitors, whose images do not compare to its real exuberant beauty. But don't get fooled by its immensity, because it can get so crowded that it will turn hard for you to capture a good image without anyone in the background.


Piazza San Marco (Italy)



Mamma mia! - is all I can say about the view. (Source: Pixabay)


Venice is a charming city for all visitors who want to live a unique and unrepeatable experience, because this splendid destination is wonderfully timeless. Despite being one of the favorite places for photographers and tourists in general, this beautiful square is usually flooded at certain times of the year, so you should plan your trip well if you want to include it on your list.


In the vicinity of Piazza San Marco, the works of art and architecture that fill every corner of this Italian town, such as the Basilica of San Marco or the Palazzo Ducale, are combined in a fantastic way. You cannot miss the exquisite dishes offered in any of the bars, cafes or bistros that you can find around it.


Wall Gallery, De Pijp (Netherlands)



Maybe I shouldn't accept the challenge... I fear for her life. (Source: Pexels)


Throughout the years, the capital of the Netherlands receives visitors from all corners of the planet, hundreds of thousands of adventurers, eager to discover the secrets of this incredible city. Although it was established more than nine centuries ago, Amsterdam is famous for its modernity and how liberal are some of its policies regarding different issues that could still be considered outrageous (such as prostitution or drug use).


This town also has a fantastic historic center, where you can see the beautiful canals that coexist in harmony with the old and newer buildings, including an original mural - which is behind a bench - where you can read "Wake me up when I'm famous", where everyone wants to take a picture of themselves and brag about it on Instagram.


Washington Street in Brooklyn (United States)



It almost looks like the bridge is uniting the buildings... (Source: Pixabay)


The Big Apple needs no introduction, as we have all seen the most iconic sites of New York in advertisements, television series, movies and an infinity of graphic resources on the Internet. For this reason, we know that this magnificent and chaotic city is full of people who also want to take the best photographs for Instagram.


However, in the middle of the chaos there are magical places, where you can find things that not many people can see, such as the intersection between Washington and Front Streets. It does not seem very probable, I know, but right in this place you can have a wonderful view that, in a single image, encloses the Manhattan Bridge, where the urban landscape intermingles with the beautiful blue color of the sky in the background.


Galeri İkman (Turkey)



We can't show you how it really looks... You'll have to see it yourself! (Source: Pixabay)


Cappadocia is a city full of magic, located in Turkey, with spectacular landscapes that are able to take the breath away from every visitor who has the pleasure of observing them in person. In addition, this small paradise has become worthy of belonging to the select list of World Heritage Sites, created by Unesco.


If you want to get the best shots of the most popular sites, you cannot miss the Galeri İkman, which is an extraordinary space to enjoy local art. Although it might sound like a simple carpet shop, the pieces exhibited there are worthy of admiration and are spread all over the surface to cover the walls.

Note: the owner's only condition for you to take a picture there is to buy some of your merchandise but, trust me, it will be worth every penny.


Now that we've reached the end of this article, we only have to say that each of these magical sites has a particular charm that has captivated a huge number of people around the world, who have chosen them as The 7 Best Instagram Spots for Travelers 2019. Therefore, we want to know what you think about it...


Have you taken some photos in these places or would you like to do so?

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Maria Wanderer

Co-Founder. Lead Content Creator (Spanish). Licensed in Chemistry. Scientist by profession. Curious from birth. Traveler by passion. Writer by calling. In love with the very essence of existence and thrilled with the idea of helping others reach their dreams and fulfill their life's desires.









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