There is no place more romantic than Paris. The city is full of culture and history. If anyone is lucky enough to visit, you could spend hours exploring the city’s streets, shops and historical places. The city of Paris is a photographer’s dream and sharing the beauty through your Instagram feed will add a bit of culture to it. These are the eight most Instagram-worthy spots in Paris.

1. The Eiffel Tower

There is no place more romantic than the Eiffel Tower. France’s most popular monument has more than seven million visitors every year. While the view is great from the bottom, the truly spectacular view is seen from the top.

You can either walk up 1,665 stairs or pay a small fee to ride in an elevator.

2. Angelina

Angelina offers the best desserts in Paris. They offer rich and decadent croissants and cakes. They are best known for their rich and delicious hot chocolate. When you visit you can either take your photo in their tea room or in the garden.

3. Shakespeare and Company

Shakespeare and Company is definitely worthy of a place on your Instagram feed. Shakespeare and Company is best known for providing housing for writers and artists. The building is filled with books on the walls. Anyone who needs a place to stay can stay at Shakespeare and Company, as long as they read a book and write a one-page autobiography before they leave.

This place has been featured in several films, including “Midnight in Paris,” and “Before Sunset."

4. The Louvre

The Louvre is probably one of the most recognizable sites in Paris. While you can’t take photos of the amazing art, the massive glass and metal pyramid at the entrance provides an amazing photo opportunity for visitors.

The design rivals that of the Eiffel Tower. Millions of photos are taken from the area around the Pyramid.

5. Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris is home to two theme parks and provides you plenty of photo opportunities. The park is home to many original Disney rides like Space Mountain and It’s A Small World. You can also have the opportunity to meet many Disney characters including Minnie and Snow White.

6. Le Bon Marche

Le Bon Marche is one of the first department stores opened in 19th-century Paris. This shopping center is full of French history and culture. Along with photographing the architecture, you must photograph your clothing finds.

7. Pere Lachaise

Pere Lachaise is Paris’ largest and most visited cemetery. Over 3.5 million people visit the cemetery, which is the final resting place for many notable icons including Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison.

8. Musee D'Orsay Clock

The Musee D’Orsay is one of the best art museums in France. It is home to many beautiful Van Goghs and Monets. However, the real attraction for photographers is the clock. The clock provides a beautiful view of The Louvre and the Sacre-Caeur Basilica.