For many people travel and taking photos goes hand in hand. We like to preserve the memories of where we have been, and we also like to show off our travels to our friends and family! Here are some of the most photographed tourist locations in the world.

Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim Museum in New York is one of the most photographed placed in the world, beating out places like the Statue of Liberty and Times Square.

St. Stephen’s Basilica

St. Stephen’s Basilica in Budapest Hungary is only the third largest church in Hungary and one of many, but this one was named after the first King of the country and is by far the most popular.

Ponte dell’Accademia

The Ponte dell’Accademia is one of the four bridges that crosses the Venice Canal in Venice Italy. This is one of those bridges where tourists like to attach locks to symbolize their love, but that practice is pretty looked down upon these days.


Caminito is a cobblestone path in Buenos Aires, and the name literally means “little path”. It’s located in the touristy La Boca district and is lined by brightly painted buildings and local artists selling their goods.

Piazzale Michelangelo

Piazzale Michelangelo in Florence Italy isn’t really photographed much, but it’s elevation makes it the perfect spot to take photographs of the city down below.

Trinità dei Monti

The Trinità dei Monti is a Renaissance church located in Rome Italy. It was built in the location of a former vineyard. This is most photographed church in Rome despite their being hundreds of Catholic churches in the area.

Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo

The Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo has always been a draw thanks to its luxury experience, but it really got its wings when it made its film debut in GoldenEye. Later it was also in Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted. Monte Carlo is exceptionally beautiful and is located on the Mediterranean Sea.

Maiden’s Tower

The Maiden’s Tower in Istanbul Turkey is a small building on an island on the straight. The building itself is not super important, but the location is the spot where European and Asian continents meet, so it serves as a marker for that.

Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge is a real place in Paris France, and it is very popular with the tourists. It of course came to popularity from the release of the film of the same name. Moulin Rouge is actually more photographed than any other place in Paris.

Park Guell

Park Guell in Barcelona Spain is is one of the biggest architectural compounds in not just the country but in all of Southern Europe. It has lots of outdoor stairs and different levels which make it a great place for taking photos, and it also has a lot of buildings by the famous architect Antoní Gaudi.

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