Instagram-worthy places you’ve probably never heard of
Let’s face it, most of us feel like our traveling experience isn’t complete unless there’s evidence of it on social media. And that evidence better be eye-poppin’. Out trusted cousins gave us some local tips for the world’s most instagrammable spots to get you all those likes you desire – get your filters ready.
R. Jardim Botânico, 414 - Jardim Botânico - Jardim Botânico, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22461-000, Brazil
A former mansion that was transformed into a public park. Great green area, with a stone built trail so you can walk trough nature, perfect for kids to run or to get some time off from the big city. Peaceful place, with lakes and birds. The house itself is also beautiful to see. Free entrance
Luna, 33 Journalist
Cool Cousin Rio De Janeiro
Malaya Nikitskaya ul., 2/1с1, Moskva, Russia, 123104
The most instagramable place in the city. For sure best breakfasts are here, but better to share blackberry pancakes with a girlfriend.
Polina, 27 Actor
Cool Cousin Moscow
1805 N 30th St, Colorado Springs, CO 80904, USA
Great hike, must see if you're from out of town!
Michael, 35 VP at AGENCYFIFTY3
Cool Cousin Denver
636 Fleet St, Toronto, ON M5V 0C1, Canada
*Instagram attraction* - This all pink park is usually flanked with fashion bloggers and anyone who like pink, and getting a great photo for their feed.
Bryanna, 35 Social Media Manager & Astrology Blogger
Cool Cousin Toronto
1 Notts Ave, Bondi Beach NSW 2026, Australia
It's definitely the most famous and most walked track in Sydney, and with such incredible views of the South Pacific Ocean it's not hard to see why. The walk also takes in Tamarama and Mackenzies Bay, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to take an Instagram worthy snap! Don't forget to pack your swimming costume.
Marissa, 28 Sports Broadcaster
Cool Cousin Sydney
Duke of York's HQ, King's Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 4RY, UK
The art here is incredibly quirky, nothing like your ordinary art museum. It takes a bit of getting used to, but it's very interesting nonetheless. The perfect venue for taking cute pictures for Instagram, both inside and outside the building.
Aniqa, 23 Student
Cool Cousin London
Münsterhof, 8001 Zürich, Switzerland
This is my favorite square in Zurich! It is beautiful and spacious and I love that there are benches where you can sit and lose track of time. The square has an artsy modern water fountain that makes for a great instagram photo. But also, don't forget to take a panoramic photo of the Fraumunster church and the historic old colorful buildings lining the edge of the square. Sometimes I come here with a coffee or snacks and just people watch. It has quite the calming feeling.
Rohenne, 35 Tech Company Marketer
Cool Cousin Zurich
Via Chiese, 2, 20126 Milano, Italy
Hangar Bicocca is divided into 2 different parts: the first one hosts temporary exhibitions (generally for 1 month or 2, then they changes), the second one with a permanent area with I Sette Palazzi Celesti (or Kiefer's tower), 7 cement towers between 14 and 18 meters high: crazy but absolutely inspirational.
Manuel, 38 Social Media Marketing, Discovery Italy
Cool Cousin Milan
P-hus Lüders på Helsinkigade, Helsinkigade 30, 2150 Nordhavn, Denmark
Located, in the fast-growing harbour district Nordhavn, Lüders is a new addition to urban development. It's basically a parking lot with a red recreational and training area in 24m height. You reach the top by speeding up the stairs on the side of the building. Highly instagrammable!
Kristina, 31 Project Manager at Wunderman CPH
Cool Cousin Copenhagen
Freeman Alley, New York, NY 10002
At the end of an unassuming alley, you'll find a two-story restaurant with an eclectic cabin decor, a hip crowd, and delicious food. On weekends it is quiet the scene and a great place to see and be seen. Weekday Lunch is my favorite time. It's quiet, you can bring the kids (although not many people do), and catch up with friends. I highly recommend the carrot pancakes.
Ranjana, 39 Entrepreneur and Photographer
Cool Cousin New York
Södermannagatan 42, 116 40 Stockholm, Sweden
This translates to “loved traditions” and is a super cool café / restaurant with a classic 50’s decor. It’s known for it’s amazing waffles (very Instagram-friendly!) and the prices aren’t too bad. Such a unique space!
Cherie, 28 PR and Marketing Manager
Cool Cousin Stockholm
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