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12 Picture-Perfect Spots in Italy that will Make your Camera Smile

Jealous of your friends and family posting that perfect picture from their recent travel on their Instagram? Well, let me show you how you can make them jealous too! Italy, the land with the richest culture, history, art, fashion, beaches, mountains and priceless ancient monuments is also home to some of the most Picture-Perfect Spots that are waiting to appear on your gram. Being a country with vast culture and traditions, you will find some of the most breathtaking spots here, during your vacation and you will not be able to resist taking a minute or two before you capture it like a professional, to feel the moment you are in. Trust me, when you finish reading this, you will want to be in Italy witnessing its beauty.
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12 Instagrammable Spots in Italy

  1. Via Krupp – Capri
  2. Manarola – Cinque Terre
  3. Duomo – Florence
  4. Matera
  5. Burano – Venice
  6. Rome at night
  7. Dolomites
  8. Positano
  9. Grand Canal – Venice
  10. Trastevere – Rome
  11. San Gimignano
  12. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II – Milan

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1. Via Krupp – Capri :

This beautiful historic hairpin-turn footpath located on the Capri island, Italy is one of the most amazing footpaths in the world. Though this is closed due to the risk of dangerous rocks, this beauty can be viewed from the top Augustus Gardens. The natural fade from bright turquoise blue from to deep cerulean from the ocean is a pleasure to behold. This adorable rugged landscape and maze-like structure may need you and your eyes to take a moment to astonish, but I’m sure your camera wouldn’t!
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2. Manarola – Cinque Terre :

These are a whimsical wonderland of beautiful, vibrant colors with hilly olive and lemon farms filled with old-world culture, stunning coastal views and delicious seafood that will never disappoint you. Although many say that this is the most photogenic village amongst the five pastel and candy-colored villages of Cinque Terre – Riomaggiore, Corniglia, Vernazza, and Monterosso al Mare, but, the quarrel is still on. You should visit all of them and see them for yourself, trust me, you’ll be amazed by their beauty and will for sure be confused, like I was as to which one is the best.

3. Duomo – Florence :

What a historic masterpiece Duomo is! You can climb up the Duomo and the Bell Tower and feast your eyes on the view or hike up Piazzale Michelangelo and see the entire Cathedral from afar, or go ahead and pose right in front. This place has no bad angles, so take as many pictures from that camera of yours while you can. You can never capture its beauty entirely on camera but I’m sure you’ll get pretty close.
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4. Matera :

Matera is the UNESCO World Heritage site in Italy having the perfect blend of old history and natural landscapes. It includes the Sassi area, which is a complex of cave dwellings carved into the mountainside. Once an ancient civilisation, it remains preserved and unspoiled. Explore through the grey town and these mesmerising caves. Trust me, if you are a history-lover like me, You are gonna love it!

5. Burano – Venice :

Burano is an island in northern Italy, known for its lacework and brightly-colored fishermen’s homes along with the local eateries serving seafood. The aroma and vibe of this place- Just Wow! This island is considered to be the rainbow of homes that reflect amidst the teal blue waters that surround it. Buy the specialty lace pieces and watch the small boats afloat. An island that will remind you of the fishermen and their traditions- Click that perfect snap for your gram capturing this place in memory of Venice.
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6. Rome at night :

Rome is a natural beauty in itself, but there is something about this city at night. Everything seems so different yet mesmerising. It could be the same place you saw earlier in the day, but it will give you a whole different feeling, vibe and view when the sun goes down. Trust me, you would say – Wow, at least once, for sure! Visit the Trevi Fountain, St. Peter’s Basilcia, Pantheon and all other iconic landmarks in the city as they light up amidst the stars against the beautiful black sky.

Also read: 20 Best things to do When In Rome
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7. Dolomites :

The Dolomites is a mountain range in northeastern Italy that forms part of the Southern Limestone Alps. They are filled with wildlife and lush greenery, so overwhelming that they will make you feel tiny. Whether you love hiking or are just a spectator, you will want to snap every bit of this scenic beauty from all different angles to adorn your gram and make your Kit and Ken jealous. Do not miss visiting this beauty as the Dolomites for sure look like a real-life painting!
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8. Positano :

Positano is a cliffside village in Italy’s own and beloved Amalfi Coast. These are filled with the most colorful cascading homes and storefronts. Positano is a wonderful paradise of pebble beaches, quaint cafes, narrow boutique-lined streets and breathtaking churches. Come and get lost in the beauty of this cliffside village, You will want to capture every corner of this natural landscape and will be confused on which picture to post first? The jaw-dropping cliffs or adorable streets, just like I was.


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9. Grand Canal – Venice :

Being the largest and the most famous Canal in Venice, Italy, it is a treat to the eye that nearly separates one half of Venice from the other. When you are here on a gondola, trust me, you’ll feel like you are in an Italian movie. Make sure to snap on the ride along with the famous Rialto Bridge which is the perfect place to watch the sunset as the oranges and pinks from the sun reflect on the beautiful water below. One of the calmest and scenic views you’ll get here in entire Italy, so make sure to tick this off your list.
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10. Trastevere – Rome :

Trastevere, known for its Bohemian vibes in Rome, will give you all the small-town in Italy vibes. Filled with crafty shops, innovative trattorias, hip bars, and artistic culture, every street in this neighborhood looks like a postcard! Filled with orangey stucco buildings, vining flowers, fountains galore and winding cobblestone streets, this town is everything you have seen in movies or dreamt to witness one day.

Also read: Italy’s beautiful small towns

11. San Gimignano :

San Gimignano is a well-preserved medieval town in Italy famous for its tower-filled skyline which is surrounded by the rolling green hills and wineries of Tuscany. The ancient stone streets lined with small shops and gelaterias will make you feel like you are on a movie set. Make sure to take tons of pictures filled with all that ‘on a movie set’ feels. You don’t wanna miss this, I know you’ll thank me later!
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12. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II – Milan :

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II – Milan is the oldest shopping mall in the world – Can you believe this? Yes, you read it right. This place also holds history as it was named after Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of the Kingdom of Italy. It is also a major landmark in Milan as it is a four-story arcade in the center of the town. Be sure to visit this beautiful place and adorn the massive glass dome ceilings and the intricately painted frescoes that line the walls.
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Just to break the bubble – Everything in Italy, in fact in Europe is picture-worthy. From the mouthwatering plate of pasta in front of you to beautiful landscapes, just about every restaurant or street, You will want to capture all of these! To make it easier for you, I have handpicked and shared the top 12 picture-perfect spots in Italy so you don’t miss out on making your feed the best. Because it’s about the little things that matter and make the journey the most memorable!


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Now that you are ready to pack your bags and camera (most important) and head to these picture-worthy spots, feel free to look at already curated Italy packages from Pickyourtrail just for you or customise one on your own on our website. Happy traveling and capturing!

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