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The 20 Most Pinned Travel Destinations Ever

How many of these are on your board?

The site released a list of the most pinned locations from all over the world, officially making us want to get the heck out of town. All those dream vacation spots you've been pinning definitely contributed to this roundup of pretty spectacular places.

So, which country came in at number one? Italy, of course. Actually, the village of Positano in Campania to be exact, which has beautiful, colorful buildings on cliffs along the famed Amalfi Coast. Seriously, what's not to love?

If you're planning pinning your next fantastic getaway, we recommend considering one of the 20 amazing vacation spots below!

1
New York City, New York, U.S.
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New York is always turned on, so whether you're taking a midday nap in Battery Park or getting late-night eats in the East Village, you can do no wrong in this city.
2
Reykjavik, Iceland
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Yep, you can whale watch and take a steam bath in the same damn town.
3
Milford Sound in Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
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Water, water everywhere. Take the Milford Sound Cruise or get closer to nature by kayaking.
4
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
If you're bold (and are willing to drive a lot), we recommend going on a famous streets tour, which include Rodeo Drive, Sunset Boulevard and Mulholland Drive. Who knows, you might see a celebrity or two.
5
Somoto's Canyon, Nicaragua
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Its no surprise that one of Central America's oldest rock formations is also a must-see attraction in Nicaragua. The natural beauty will leave you speechless.
6
Cape Town, South Africa
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From trekking mountains to relaxing on beautiful beaches, Cape Town offers travelers the adventure of a lifetime.
7
Marrakech, Morocco
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Filled with ancient mosques, lush gardens and outdoor markets, this city is not to be missed.
8
Kjeragbolten, Norway
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For the true daredevils out there, the Kjeragbolten in Kjerag will set up the Instagram photo of your dreams. Go on, stand on top of it.
9
New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
When it's not Mardi Gras, you can still have a good 'ol time on the famed Bourbon Street, or get a little spooked at the ornate cemeteries.
10
Lisbon, Portugal
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Get into a historic mood with Lisbon's Torre de Belem (Belem Tower), which boasts the title of UNESCO World Heritage site.
11
Tulum, Mexico
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See the Mayan ruins and chill out the beach when you go to this less-populated part of Mexico. Tulum is also the home of Coqui Coqui, a perfumery complete with a spa that will revive your spirits.
12
Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.
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There are more than 700 miles of hiking trails for visitors to take in the stunning scenery in this national park.
13
Port Fairy in Victoria, Australia
This charming fishing village filled with cottages and stone churches sits at the end of Australia's Great Ocean Road.
14
Kyoto, Japan
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Once the capital city of Japan, Kyoto and its spectacular seasons are full of color-changing leaves or blooming cherry blossoms.
15
Jarlshof in Shetland, Scotland
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Time travel back to witness some 4,000 years of human history when you visit Jarlshof's prehistoric settlement.
16
Petrohue Falls, Chile
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Located inside Chile's oldest national park, Vicente Pérez Rosales, Petrohue Falls is filled with vibrant green water that moves through lava channels formed after Volcán Osorno erupted in the mid-1800s.
17
Havasu Falls in Grand Canyon, Arizona, U.S.
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As part of the Havasupai Indian Reservation, the Havasu Falls aren't that easy to get to. Since there aren't any paved roads leading directly to the Supai village, you'll have to hike. Get ready for the challenge!
18
Hanoi, Vietnam
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19
Musha Cay Island, Bahamas
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Forget Nassau, it's all about the private island of Musha Cay. Relax and take in some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
20
Positano, Campania in Italy
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You can cross every activity off of your list when you visit this Italian village. Relax on the beach, hike the Il Sentiero degli Dei and finish off the day with an incredible meal.
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