Important museums in New York, USA, have banned the use of “selfie sticks,” which are rods that let you take pictures of yourself without having your arm in the picture. This makes us wonder, “Do people really take selfies in museums?”
Attractiontix.co.uk says that in this way, most travelers would rather stick their “narcissistic rods” in tall buildings and theme parks than in old cultural centers.
The list was made by looking at 219 million Instagram posts with the word “selfie” in the title between October 2010 and January 2015.RELATED
Overall, more than 10,700 photos were taken of the Eiffel Tower. In second place was Disney World in Florida, and in third place was the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, which is the tallest building in the world.
This is the full list of the best places to take selfies around the world.
Eiffel Tower, Paris (10,700)
Florida, Disney World (9,870)
Burj Khalifa, Dubai (8,860)
When the tallest building in the world opens The Dubai Burj
Big Ben, London (8,780)
New York’s Empire State Building (8,430)
Barcelona, Holy Family (4,970)
Sagrada Familia Barcelona
Disneyland Paris (4,740)
Colosseum, Rome (4,670)
New York’s Top of the Rock (4,290)
Top of the Rock NY
London Bridge, in London (3,820)
Tower Bridge at night in London, UK
Pedra do Telegrafo Brazil (new site)
World Selfie Day is June 21. This list was made posible by tourists and people who work in the industry and are happy that 2022 is the year of reactivation. This means that tourists will be able to enjoy destinations in a way that has never been done before and probably never will again.
This summer is a great time to see places like Rome, Paris, New York, London for the first time or see them again in a peaceful way because there are not as many people there.