Nothing ups your Instagram game quite like a dreamy vacation shot. took a look at which places saw the most travel-related activity on Instagram over Memorial Day weekend – and the results are nothing short of wanderlust-worthy. Did your summer getaway make the cut?
Whether you'd prefer to climb to the top of the Victorian-style or sunbathe in Sheep's Meadow, there's something for everyone in Central Park – which is why we're unsurprised it takes the top spot on TIME's list.
A star sighting is all but guaranteed in this trendy LA nabe,
Hailed as one of the most incredible feats of American architecture, the 83-year old bridge is nothing short of spectacular. For a shot that will really wow your followers, head out in the morning to capture the fog settling over the bridge.
Art Deco architecture, clear blue water, and white sand beaches make Miami's South Beach a must-visit. Pro Tip: Head to in December for look at emerging Modern and contemporary art that's unlike any festival you've ever been to.
Boasting projects designed by Frank Gehry and Zaha Hadid, the 24.5-acre park is a design lover's dream.
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Except for your Instagram posts – those live on forever.
Just one look at La Jolla Cove and it's easy to see why it's not just popular on Instagram, but one of the in Southern California.
Once a playground for Polynesian royalty, Waikiki – which means "spouting waters," according to – is the star attraction on the island of Oahu.
The fireworks, castles, and turkey legs make the most magical place on earth also one of the most Instagrammable.
Considering it's more than 100 years old, the Santa Monica Pier looks damn good. Thrill seekers will love the iconic amusement park and trapeze school, but if you're seeking out a tamer vacation, head to the aquarium just underneath the Carousel building.
Yes, one of the most Instagrammed locations in America is a strip club off the I-95. What a time to be alive!
In New York, all anyone can talk about is "Hamilton," but Lincoln still reigns supreme in D.C., where tourists flock to visit the 19-foot tall statue of the 16th president.
Let's face it: Pike Place is probably way chicer than your supermarket. Also worth visiting while you're in the 'hood? Starbucks' first location, which opened in 1971.
Covered in headlands, cliffs, and rocky coves, Point Dume Beach is the sort of spot celebs would head to to canoodle. (We're looking at you, Taylor Swift & Tom Hiddleston.) According to the park's , it's the ideal spot to whale watch from December to April.
Everyone from Pope John Paul II to Gloria Steinem and Martin Luther King Jr. have spoken in the country's oldest park. Now, the Boston Common connects several parks that wind through the city.
It's easy to see why you'd want to Insta the Big Easy. Jazz bands, Jackson Square, and the bars on Bourbon Street make the French Quarter a draw for tourists – and add up to Insta likes.
Who knew that Portland was host to the oldest testing ground for new rose varieties in the country? The All-American Rose Selections association tests about 200 rose cultivars based on 14 characteristics – including color, form, and fragrance – at this site each year, according to the garden's .
Turns out, Americans love a good beach vacation. With its crystal clear beaches and proximity to the Everglades, Fort Lauderdale is a natural Instagram star.
Since it's perched on a coastal bluff above the Pacific, the Montage Laguna Beach resort offers the ideal view – and Instagram shot – of the Southern California landscape.
Located just off the Pacific Coast Highway – and not far from the I-95, either – Crystal Cove is the perfect spot for road trippers to camp, hike, and sunbathe. The Historic District, an enclave of 46 coastal cottages built in the '30s and '40s, is also a must-see.
The picturesque Maui beach consistently ranks as one of – but the real draw is the Puu Keaa, where a cliff diver dives off the black rock every night to re-enact a former Hawaiian king's successful dive.
If you're visiting Key West and want to visit the beach, head to Fort Zachary. The old military site played a key role in the Civil War and the Spanish-American War, according to the Florida State Parks .
Every inch of the three-mile boardwalk celebrates the ocean – from the Old Coast Guard Station museum to the 24-foot statue of Neptune. Its small, family-friendly parks led to name it one of the best beach boardwalks in the country.
Your dog + the beach = Instagram gold. Pups can run, play, and even surf to their heart's content on this mile-long stretch of sand.
If you didn't post an Insta video running up the Philadelphia Museum of Art steps like Rocky, did you even visit Philly?