Recently we asked the BuzzFeed Community to share the most Insta-worthy locations in their part of the world. Here are the stunning results. 1. Moraine Lake – Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada View this photo on Instagram instagram.com To put it simply, the views that Moraine Lake offer are UNREAL. The vivid turquoise of the water, set against the backdrop of snow-capped mountains, make for a stunning landscape that will truly take your breath away. And if you're wondering what makes the water so blue, it's light refracting off fine rock particles from the glacier run-off, which then flow into the lake. —nicoles45a7196ae 2. Charyn Canyon – Charyn National Park, Kazakhstan View this photo on Instagram instagram.com While Kazakhstan may have never been a priority on your bucket list, one look at the Charyn Canyon will quickly change your mind. The geological wonder has been shaped by the elements for millions of years, resulting in towering, orange-hued rock formations, wild terrain and an experience like no other. —a4fd15b044 3. Duomo di Milano – Milan, Italy View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Duomo di Milano is a stunning example of Italy's rich cultural history. Since construction began on the cathedral in 1386, at least 78 different architects have contributed to the building's gothic-inspired architecture and stained glass interiors. What's most impressive though, is the pink-hued marble used to highlight the exterior's intricate carvings and spires. —liabianchi007 4. Dunn's River Falls – Ocho Rios, Jamaica View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Located in Jamaica is a tiny slice of paradise by the name of Dunn's River Falls. Surrounded by several small lagoons and a white sand beach, there's no shortage of aesthetically pleasing backdrops for your next Instagram photo.—tammigabz 5. Pamukkale – Denizli, Turkey View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Trust me when I say you've nothing seen anything like Pamukkale. Meaning "cotton castle" in Turkish, the area is lined with snow-white limestone terraces that have been naturally been shaped by the mineral-rich hot springs that flow down the steep valley. And if that's not amazing enough, the ancient city of Hierapolis was built on top of these terraces. —trilingualmom 6. Scalinata Santa Maria del Monte – Caltagirone, Sicily View this photo on Instagram instagram.com In the Sicilian town of Caltagirone lies a monumental 142-step staircase that dates back to the 17th century. Decorated with hand-painted ceramic tiles, the staircase doubles as a testament to the town's tradition of pottery making, with each row of steps showcasing a different design. The locals even lay out candles and flowers in various patterns along the steps during spring and summer. —jazg40 7. Sedona – Arizona, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Some call Sedona "the most beautiful place on Earth" and it's hard to disagree with that title. Set against striking red sandstone structures and picturesque mountain views, it's hard not to fall in love with this peaceful Arizonian town. —aimeemillerg 8. San Miguel de Allende – Guanajuato, Mexico View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Boasting old world charm, stunning architecture (peep the pink church!) and colourful, cobblestoned streets is San Miguel de Allende. Located in Central Mexico, this world heritage listed town feels like it was plucked straight from the pages of your favourite fairytale. —camilagutierrez029 9. Caño Cristales – Meta, Colombia View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The red river of Caño Cristales, or "the river that ran away from paradise", needs to be seen to be believed. It's incredible colouring is due to a plant growing between the wet and dry season in Colombia. Offset by the yellow and green sand, as well as the blue water, it's like looking at a painting IRL. —efm4ot 10. Lion's Head – Cape Town, South Africa View this photo on Instagram instagram.com If you ever find yourself in Cape Town, the hike up Lion's Head is a must. Offering 360° views of the whole city, it's the perfect place to enjoy the sunrise or sunset and take in your surroundings. And the photo opps aren't too bad as well. —kathrynleemaneveld22 11. Havasu Falls – Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com You'll be hard-pressed to find an area as beautiful as Havasu Falls. Named for the Havasupai Indians, meaning "people of the blue-green waters", the intense colours of the water contrasted by the red canyon rock makes for a dreamy setting that's hidden away from the pressures of the real world. —daniellem4b86c2f4d 12. Atlanta Rainbow Crosswalks – Atlanta, Georgia, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Along an intersection in Piedemont Avenue are four bright, beautiful and vivid rainbow stripes. They make up the Atlanta Rainbow Crosswalks, which were installed in 2017 to mark the one year anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting. They now serve not only as a memorial to those lost, but to symbolise the strength and unity of the city's LGBTQ community. —erinb4d36839e6 13. Berggasthaus Aescher Wildkirchli – Wasserauen, Switzerland View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Nestled high above in the Swiss mountains is a 170-year-old guesthouse that has quite literally been built into the cliff side (its back wall is the rock itself!). Accessed via a steep mountain walk or cable car, the Berggasthaus Aescher now runs as a restaurant for rowdy groups of backpackers and travellers looking to take in the mountain views. —blobsfish 14. Haight Street – San Francisco, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Haight Street is renowned for its colourful murals, hippie persona and vintage buys. It's definitely worth checking out, if not only for a quick shot or two against an art-filled wall. —pinkstreakswede 15. Crater Lake – Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Resting in the belly of a dormant volcano that erupted and collapsed 7,700 years ago is Crater Lake. Surrounded by cliffs on all sides, the lake's stunning blue water comes directly from the snow and rain. This basically means that no other mineral deposits are carried into the lake, which helps maintain this beautiful colouring year after year. —francescat414 16. Matterhorn Mountain – Zermatt, Switzerland View this photo on Instagram instagram.com While it may not be the tallest, Matterhorn is by far one of the most recognisable mountains in the world. Besides being featured on every bar of Toblerone chocolate, its rugged pyramid-like shape and scenic views make it a favourite for hikers and photographers alike. —blobsfish 17. New Regent Street – Christchurch, New Zealand View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Walking down the iconic New Regent Street is like taking a trip down memory lane. With Spanish Mission architecture that oozes old world charm and a pastel colour palette that is to die for, the only thing left to do is hop on the tramway and take a city tour. —juliem4549571fd 18. Mitre Peak (Māori Rahotu) – Fiordland National Park, South Island, New Zealand View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Even from a distance, it's easy to be blown away by the absolute beauty of one of New Zealand's most photographed mountains. With snow capping the summit and the sunlight reflecting beautifully off the water, it's well worth seeing this natural wonder IRL rather than from the comfort of your couch. —juliem4549571fd 19. Paul Smith Wall – Los Angeles, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com No backdrop is more desirable than a vibrant, bubblegum pink wall, right? And luckily, one exists! Located on Melrose Avenue, the Paul Smith Pink Wall has become famous around the world due to many an Instagrammer snapping a photo here. —shrivercircus 20. Hallstatt – Austria View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Tucked between towering mountains and a shimmering lake is the little village town of Hallstatt. To say that the area looks beautiful is an understatement — the colourful, doll-like houses and picture-perfect blue skies give the town a fantasy-like feeling that's hard to shake. —leamariap 21. Hollywood Sign – Los Angeles, California View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Although the world-famous Hollywood Sign in LA may seem overdone, it's still one of the most Instagrammable locations in the world. Seeing those nine letters in person, rather than through someone else's Instagram photo, will always be worth the trip. —cccm130 22. Cascade Mountain – Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The million dollar views offered by Cascade Mountain's summit should give it a prime position on your bucket list. Overlooking the Canadian town of Banff, you'll not only be spoiled with views of the valley, but the height will make you feel like you're on top of the world. —murrays3 23. Noosa Fairy Pools – Queensland, Australia View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Imagine swimming in your own private rock pool with crystal-clear water and ocean views to boot. Well, that's exactly what Noosa's Fairy Pools is like! Hidden along the coastline in Noosa's National Park, they will, hands down, become one of your favourite spots in Australia. —hannahsinclairrr 24. Gorman Falls – Colorado Bend State Park, Texas, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com If you thought Texas was just filled with miles of brown dirt, think again. Gorman Falls is a lush, tropical-like oasis located right in the heart of Bend's state park. While it's a bit of a hike to get there, once you see the cascading waterfall and sunlight filtering through the trees, you'll soon forget all about it. —shashie 25. Queen Elizabeth Park – Vancouver, Canada View this photo on Instagram instagram.com No matter what time of year you visit, Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver never disappoints. Whether it's the flowering cherry blossoms in spring or this beautiful display of autumnal foliage, there will always be something to wow you here. —breehimm 26. Limburg an der Lahn – Hesse, Germany View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Step off the beaten path in Germany and find your way to the charming town of Limburg an der Lahn. With timber-framed houses, cobbled streets and a beautiful cathedral overlooking the city centre, you'll quickly fall in love with the magic of this place. —nikw446f109f8 27. Garden of the Gods – Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com With a name like Garden of the Gods, this natural landmark is clearly in a league of its own. Here you'll find everything from towering rock formations to forested mountains and sweeping ocean views. Blanketed by brilliant blue skies, there aren't enough words to describe the beauty of this place. —anonymusunicorn 28. Wadi Mujib – Jordan View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Stretching over 70 kilometres is Jordan's famous river canyon, Wadi Mujib. If you're a thrill-seeker, you'll enjoy canvassing through the water-filled trail that involves climbing over some mini waterfalls. And your reward? Views like this, which are absolutely priceless. —lmurtidjaja 29. Cliffs of Moher – Country Clare, Ireland View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Ireland's Cliffs of Moher are a must-see for any traveller. The sheer ruggedness of the cliffside alongside the beauty of the surrounding landscape is truly an unforgettable experience. Watch out for ripples in the ocean as well – dolphins and sharks are a common sight!—moolikeaduck 30. Hamilton Pool Preserve – Austin, Texas, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com While you might not expect to find a natural swimming pool in Texas, Hamilton Pool Preserve is proof that one exists. Surrounded by huge limestone slabs, the emerald green water is just another example of mother nature putting on one heck of a beautiful display. —shashie 31. Big Almaty Lake – Almaty, Kazakhstan View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Big Alamty Lake is famous in Kazakhstan and for good reason. The vibrancy of the blue-green water alongside the picturesque mountainside will make you feel like you've been transported inside a Bob Ross painting.—a4fd15b044 32. Wade Lake – Beaverhead National Forest, Montana, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Tucked away in a forested canyon in Beaverhead National Forest is Wade Lake. This American gem boasts crystal-clear waters, that are fed by natural cold water springs, and is home to a wide variety of animals like beavers, otters, deers and several types of bird. It's the perfect place to log off for a couple of hours, a day, or even a week! —holmesnotsherlock 33. Yosemite National Park – California, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com / @kirstenalana You could easily spend weeks exploring all the natural beauty that Yosemite has to offer. In summer, you can hike to towering waterfalls, while winter brings the opportunity to ski past the giant sequoia trees. Either way, it's an amazing place that everyone needs to visit at least once.—shirleym4ca99be81 34. Antelope Canyon – Page, Arizona, USA View this photo on Instagram instagram.com While canyons are a dime a dozen in America, this one is absolutely worth the visit. Located in Arizona, Antelope Canyon features swirling, wave-like sandstone formations that seem to go on forever. If that sounds beautiful, just imagine watching the sunlight peep through the canyon's openings.—mmomo252669 35. Salar de Uyuni – Potosí, Bolivia View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Not everyone can afford a ticket to space, but a walk across the world's largest salt flat in Bolivia is the next best thing. That's because during the wet season, a thin layer of rainwater covers the plain, transforming it into a mirror-like surface. Put simply, it'll feel like you're on a whole other planet. —laurenwillea Missed your fave spot? Share it in the comments below!