Pinterest’s new searchable “Place Pins” are a good way to get excited about travel or start planning your next trip. See the 20 most-pinned destinations, then figure out where you want to go next.
1, Positano, Campania, Italy
The Amalfi Coast is one of the most scenic coastlines in the world. It’s also a major food destination: Start with celebrity chef Marc Murphy’s itinerary.
2, Musha Cay Island, Bahamas
There are gorgeous spots all over the Bahamas, but it’s Musha Cay—owned by magician David Copperfield—that sets pinners afire.
3, Hanoi, Vietnam
Thriving, busy Hanoi has plenty to offer, from textile and antique shopping to colonial-era hotels endorsed by Anthony Bourdain himself.
4, Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon, Arizona, U.S.A.
There’s much natural wonder at the Grand Canyon, but the winner on Pinterest is Havasu Falls. by : Alamy
5, Petrohué Falls, Chile
Chile’s long, slender size gives it some of the most diverse terrain in the world. But it’s the striking Petrohué Falls on the southern Chile coast that wins over pinners. By: Getty
6, Jarlshof, Shetland, Scotland
Shetland, along Scotland’s rocky coast, is sometimes called the end of the world. But the rewards are great for those who make it there. (Hint: whisky.) Alamy
7, Kyoto, Japan
Kyoto is the elegant, sometimes-moody cousin to modern Tokyo. Visitors there can sample a range of traditionally made sakes, take meditation classes in a Buddhist temple, or check out a museum dedicated to manga. Getty
8, Port Fairy, Victoria, Australia
In southwestern Victoria, along the Great Ocean Road, lies Port Fairy. This picturesque town is a popular photo-snapping spot en route to the 12 Apostles and also makes for a day trip from Melbourne. Getty
9, Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.A.
Although Montana is one of the least populous states in the U.S., its striking beauty hits just the right note for road trippers who want to see the country’s greatest natural wonders. Glacier National Park, with its famed 50-mile Going-to-the-Sun Road and elevations of over 6,600 feet, is one of America’s most beautiful national parks. Getty
10, Tulum, Mexico
Forget about Cabo and Cancun—Tulum, with its underground cenotes (like the one pictured here), eco-friendly food, and surfing scenes—is the Mexican destination most beloved on Pinterest. Gallery Stock
11, Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal’s capital, with its tiled streets and buildings, has no shortage of pretty vantage points. And since Portugal is much less crowded than nearby Spain, it makes for a popular inspiration spot. Gallery Stock
12, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.
New Orleans is one of America’s most popular cities for tourists, and not just for its amazing food scene and its drinking culture. The French Quarter, Latin Quarter, and Garden District all provide popular nature and architecture pins. Alamy
13, Kjeragbolten, Norway
Kjeragbolten, in central Norway near the Swedish border, isn’t as well-traveled as Bergen or Oslo. But it’s the scenery that makes the town so popular on Pinterest: Kjeragbolten is known for its striking cliffs, whose dramatic drops make for a hardcore hiker’s—and a photographer’s—dream. Alamy
14, Marrakech, Morocco
Marrakech has been inspiring travelers for centuries, and French designer Yves St. Laurent put it on the European chic must-visit list. Get an extra dose of inspiration with drool-worthy photos of the Marrakech medina and our guide to shopping. Getty
15, Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town is full of stunning pin-worthy scenery, from hiking trails to striking coastal views. Check out our complete city guide for more intel. by: Gallery Stock
16, Somoto’s Canyon, Nicaragua
In 2014, we said that Nicaragua had potential to be the next big thing. Pinners evidently agree, with Somoto’s Canyon—a rugged rock formation in the northern part of the country—a presence on many boards. by: Alamy
17, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
The City of Angels and its iconic palm trees are popular among pinners. But there’s much more going on in L.A. besides scenic vistas: The hot restaurant scene and newly opened Broad Museum are both not to be missed. by Gallery Stock
18, Milford Sound, Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
Who says fjords are only in Norway? New Zealand’s Milford Sound fjord was a backdrop for the Lord of the Rings movies, which could help explain its huge Pinterest popularity. Alamy
19, Reykjavik, Iceland
Reykjavik has seen an explosion in tourism over the last decade, thanks in part to its layover program that connects travelers to other points in Europe. Visitors to Iceland’s capital can check out the city’s vibrant street art or try world-class cuisine (don’t worry, the rotten-shark dish is optional). Gallery Stock
20, New York City, New York, U.S.A.
The Big Apple is a big hit on Pinterest, with its skyline providing lots of inspiration. Whether it’s heading to an elevated park or chowing down on truly global cuisine, you won’t hurt for tips for your next trip. Gallery Stock
Source : Condé Nast Traveller