Italy is one of those #goals types of destination. It’s scenic routes, landscapes, and historical places are the reason it makes an amazing holiday getaway for all.
Here are 10 Instagrammable places you must snap a photo at when visiting Italy.
1.) Manarola in Cinque Terre
Manarola is a cliffside village in Cinque Terre area. Cinque Terre is a small string of coastal villages found on the Italian Riviera. The other villages include Riomaggiore, Vernazza, Corgnilia, and Monterosso Al Mare.
This small village is said to be the most “Instagram worthy” village among the 5 villages. Why? It’s because Manarola is a paradise full of vibrant pastel colors that will give you old-world feels. It also features lemon and olive farms, surrounded by calming coastal views. Plus, there is delicious and fresh seafood that won’t leave you disappointed. This candy-colored town will surely make your photos pop.
2.) Burano Island near Venice
If you’re looking for a place filled with bright buildings with a variety of different colors, then you cannot miss out on visiting Burano. Burano is an island where you can feel like a star taking that #on-point photo of yours. The scenery is so eye-catching and will make your photos stand out.
If you feel that you’ve taken enough photos of the houses, then you can snap some shots of the small floating boats on the water as your background. Don’t forget to take home one of the lace products they produce there. That and your amazing photos will remind you of your time in Burano.
This place is on the top of most people’s bucket list when visiting Italy. This is for a very good reason. Positano is a cliff-side village found on Italy’s Amalfi Coast. Another place that is famous for its color-filled houses and storefronts, getting lost in such a place like Positano would be the best thing that ever happened.
From the streets filled with adorable boutiques to its picturesque cafes, and amazing churches, Positano is a wonderland of breathtaking cliff views. You wouldn’t know which picture to post first given all the amazing places/scenes found and taken in Positano.
4.) Duomo in Florence
A historic masterpiece found in the heart of Florence, Italy that will never give you a bad angle. Climb up Duomo’s bell tower to see the wonderful view below and take a photo while you’re up.
If you’re not content, you can also try hiking up to the Piazzale Michelangelo viewpoint. This viewpoint offers some of the most amazing views of Florence, Italy. The Duomo can be seen from here, as well as, the entire city!
5.) San Gimignano
If you wish to take a photo that transcends through time, this is a place for you. San Gimignano is a 13th-century medieval town filled with beautiful green hills surrounded by the famous wineries of Tuscany.
San Gimignano is a well-preserved place that makes you feel like you have stepped back in time. Make sure to explore the vintage stone streets filled with small shops and gelaterias. There is a lot of Instagram worthy shots to be captured here.
6.) Trastevere Neighborhood in Rome
This is filled with hip bars, crafty shops, modern-day trattorias, and known for its very artistic culture that very much suits a bit of vintage and modern-day mix.
Trastevere has cobblestoned streets cascaded with beautiful vine flowers, orange painted stucco buildings, and fountains that will surely make your photos incredible. When visiting Trastevere, you will never run out of places to visit and take IG worthy photos.
7.) Ostuni, Italy
Ostuni is a place that takes you away from the typical color-filled villages of Italy. It’s a village filled with all white buildings located at a hillside. It catches a perfect view of the Aegean-sea below.
This village will make you feel like you have traveled to Greece without leaving Italy. You will never regret visiting Ostuni for it will make your other photos stand out from the bright colors of Italy.
8.) Lake Garda
Lake Garda is the largest body of water in Italy. It is located in the Northern region of Italy. It is amazing to see in person!
This lake is surrounded by towering snow-covered mountain. It features lakeside restaurants and gorgeous historic villages that can really give life to your photos.
9.) Siena in Tuscany
A place known for being a medieval city, Siena is no wonder one of the famous cities of Italy.
This city has a cobbled town square filled with lines of beautiful cafés and a well-preserved Gothic Cathedral. Siena is a photographers dream city and a must visit when in Italy.
These overwhelmingly beautiful mountains will make you feel close to nature. If a nature shoot is what you are looking for, then the Dolomites is the place you must visit.
It is located on the northeastern side of Italy filled with greeneries and wildlife that will make your photos look like a real-life painting. The jagged mountain edges just add that extra touch to any photo.
There is even a lake called “Instagram Lake” aka Lago di Braies. You will be blown away by the sheer beauty. Make sure to go in the summer time when it isn’t frozen over. This is when you can capture the glimmering reflects on the water.