The most Instagrammed places in the world have been revealed, and there's a number of Irish entries
Sure, what's the point in going somewhere unless everyone knows you went there... right?
A number of Irish destinations have made the list of the most Instagrammed places in the world, although none of them have troubled the top of the table for the moment.
Disneyland, the Eiffel Tower, Walt Disney World, South Beach (Florida) and the Berlin Wall are the top five most Instagrammed places in the world according to research from Travelbird.
Online travel specialists TravelBird compiled a list of the 470 most popular attractions in the world based on the tags from photos people upload.
The results provided an in-depth view in the most popular destinations in Ireland for both Irish people and for the many, many tourists who visit the Emerald Isle each year.
So which Irish destination is the most popular? The Cliffs of Moher? Trinity College?
No, ranking in at a very respectable number 95 on the list is the Giant's Causeway in Antrim with 128,029 Instagram tags at the location.
The Guinness Storehouse unsurprisingly ranked highly among the Irish entries on the list, coming in 151 overall and second in Ireland with 34,782 tags.
Tayto Park in Meath also performed strongly coming in 197 overall and claiming the third spot in Ireland with 16,797 tags.
Below are the top ten most Instagrammed places in Ireland...
- Giant's Causeway, Antrim
- The Guinness Storehouse, Dublin
- Tayto Park, Meath
- Kilkenny Castle
- Titanic Belfast
- Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin
- Tintern Abbey, Wexford
- Trim Castle, Meath
- Powerscourt Gardens and House, Wicklow
- Clonmacnoise, Offaly