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NYC, Sao Paulo: Most tagged cities on Instagram

Last updated on: August 10, 2017 14:18 IST

Photo sharing website Instagram recently released the names of the most tagged destinations in the world.

Take a look!  

Pssst... most of these places have an enviable variety of restaurants and lip-smacking local culinary delights.  

1. Jakarta


A tourist takes a selfie in front of Fatahillah Museum in Jakarta's Old Town, a popular tourist spot.

Extremely popular among travellers, the Indonesian capital is a melting pot of cultures. Tourists also flock to see its top museums, public spaces and shopping malls.
Photograph: Beawiharta/Reuters


2. Sao Paulo


An aerial view of the Octavio Frias de Oliveira, a cable-stayed bridge, in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Brazil's biggest and most modern city is loved by tourists for its bohemian vibe, sky scrapers and famous nightlife. You can't miss the happening food scene and awesome weather conditions here. 
Photograph: Paulo Whitaker/Reuters


3. New York


Revellers toss confetti over Times Square from a hotel after the clock struck midnight during New Year's Eve celebrations in New York.

You don't need a reason to visit this incredible city. Travellers are only too happy to tag their pics clicked at Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, Grand Central Terminal, the Statute of Liberty, etc. 
Photograph: Keith Bedford/Reuters


4. London


Visitors at the Tate Modern gallery restaurant in London.

A 21st century city with history dating back to the Roman era, London has something in store for everyone be it an art lover, foodie or fashionista. 
Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters


5. Madrid


Tourists pose for photos next to a cathedral in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain.

The Baroque grandeur of the Royal Palace, its museums and galleries, and the famous Plaza De Espana are all worth a visit when in the Spanish capital. 
Photograph: Marcelo del Pozo/Reuters

Lead photograph: The lagoon at the Fuente de Piedra natural reserve, near Malaga, southern Spain by Jon Nazca/Reuters.