The Most Instagrammable Spots in Paris

If you’re planning a trip to Paris, you might also want to consider where you’ll be snapping your soon-to-be most-liked photos on Instagram. After all, if you don’t Instagram it, did it really happen? It’s taken me one year and four trips to the city of lights to discover all of the best spots that make for the best shots (see some of my Parisian outfits on my blog Margo & Me), and today I’m reliving my favourites here for you.

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Colourful doors on Ile Saint-Louis

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“One of my favourite things about Paris is that there are literally hundreds of different coloured doors. Grab an ice cream from Berthillon on Il Saint-Louis and keep your eyes peeled for these rare mint coloured ones!”

A Parisian picnic along the Seine River

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“Grab a girlfriend, a baguette, and a bottle of rosé for a late afternoon delight. The sunset along the Seine never disappoints.”

A day at Le Bon Marche

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“Go straight to the top before you start to shop!”

Lounging in Jardin du Royal Palais

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“For perfectly manicured Parisian gardens, Palais Royal is a must. Grab a coffee at my favourite cafe while you’re there, Kitsuné, for another highly Instagramable moment.”

Macarons from Ladurée

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“As cliche? as it might be, it’s a must for first-timers.”

A room with a view

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“Stay at an Airbnb with a balcony. Nothing says Paris like a rooftop view...your Instagram followers will swoon with admiration.”

The clock at Musée D’orsay

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“The key to getting a crowdless shot is to arrive early and begin backwards. The massive clock that overlooks the Louvre is located near the gift shop. Head up to the fifth floor before visiting the museum's main attractions.”

Sweets from Le Deux Magots

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“If you didn't have a sweet tooth before, the desert tray at Le Deux Magots will certainly change that.”

The Grand Palais

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“My heaven on earth. It’s no wonder Chanel, Dior, and some of the most famous fashion houses use this ornate venue to showcase their collections each season. The rest of the year it’s open to the public!”

A view from The Trocadéro

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“Although most might Instagram from the gardens under the Eiffel Tower, some of the most stunning views can be seen from the Trocadéro in the wee hours of the morning.”

The swings at Jardin des Tuileries Summer Carnival

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“If you’re in Paris over the summer months, there’s not other way to see the city than from the swings! A 360 view!”

What's your favourite spot to visit in Paris? Let me know in the comments, then shop picks from French designers below. Also make sure to keep an eye on my blog Margo & Me for my latest Paris Fashion Week outfits!