No matter where you go in the world, there are places that are photogenic, and others that are just not. You’d rather hope people didn’t take pictures of some places, because you wouldn’t have to see or remember the horrible architecture. Now, let’s have a look at some of the most photogenic cities in the world.

London – Okay, admittedly if there are any more skyscrapers added to the skyline, London might start to look a little bit ugly from the view at the top of the London Eye.  But with its historic buildings, some of which date back to Medieval times or Victorian times: Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral or the Houses of Parliament, there are some beautiful sites to behold and photograph.

Paris – Everyone wants a picture taken with the Eiffel Tower in the background. Or from the top overlooking the city below. The tower is so large that you can see it from most points in the city. And the city itself is exquisite, from the Sainte-Chapelle to the Arc de Triomphe, Paris should get the award for the best looking city.

Venice – What is a more romantic sight than a city built on water? Brimming with history and some of the grandest buildings in the world, it rivals Florence for the most romantic city in Italy. From the Gondola filled Grand canal to the Basilica di San Marco, you won’t know which way to point your camera.

New York – The skyline is sadly missing the Twin Towers now, but that doesn’t stop the sight from taking your breath away. The Statue of Liberty is a beacon of hope over the water, as the buzzing city hums with the population. You can see more than just Central Park, Times Square and the Empire State Building here. Although you may have to explore to find out.

















































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