Nowadays we can almost travel the entire world without ever having to leave our cell phones thanks to social media. Thousands of pictures of iconic vistas and famous landmarks are posted online every day and new hashtags are created constantly, but which places are actually the most popular on Instagram? Based on the results of an online research on most Instagrammed places in the world, we ranked the top ten destinations according to their total number of hashtags. How many do you already have in your own Instagram feed? Niagara Falls- Canada With millions of tourists visiting this place, Niagara Falls has over 1.9 million hashtags on Instagram. A collection of three waterfalls, they sit on the border of New York state and the province of Ontario. One of the main reasons to visit is to of course see the giant cascading falls, which can also be viewed up-close from a boat tour, but there are plenty of restaurants and attractions nearby to keep you entertained for hours. Burj Khalifa- Dubai, UAE With over 1.9 million tags The title of ‘tallest building in the world’ belongs to the legendary Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Opened in 2010, the piercing silver skyscraper has an observation deck at the top with an outdoor terrace for 360-degree sweeping views over the surroundings. You can book a ticket to the top or opt for an on-the-ground viewing platform of the Burj’s water fountains, some of the largest performing fountains in the world. Eifel Tower- Paris, France With over 4 million hashtags Paris’s Eiffel Tower is easily one of the most recognizable structures in the world. If you feel like braving the daily long queues, you can buy a ticket to the top of the tower for some impressive sight-seeing, or alternatively, you can opt to walk to the second floor, which has a restaurant and souvenir shop. At night, the tower lights up, illuminating the City of Lights with a romantic glow. Big Ben & The House of Commons, London With over 2.7 million hashtags a day, Plastered on every T-shirt and souvenir mug in London, Big Ben is one of the most iconic landmarks. The tower is located at the north end of the Palace of Westminster and is probably the most famous clock in the world, but the name “Big Ben” actually refers to the name of the bell inside the clock, which can be heard ringing at every hour. Which one is your favorite, do let us know in the comments section below.