The most Instagrammed locations of 2016 require no filter

When traveling the world, perhaps the most important thing to pack besides your passport is your phone to take photos for social media.

As part of Instagram's annual Year in Review, here are the most Instagrammed locations in the world in 2016.

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Number 1 goes to Disney theme parks around the world. Dreams come true here, after all, and you're guaranteed to get a cool shot. Following in Disney's footsteps, Universal Studios theme parks around the world ranked number 2. Just make sure and get the shot before going on the rides!

Central Park in New York City comes in third on the list. With gorgeous trees giving way to sleek skyscrapers, this beautifully landscaped park in the heart of it all is begging to be Instagrammed. They don't call it the concrete jungle for nothing, as Times Square nabs fourth place.

The Eiffel Tower in Paris is one of the most photographed structures in the world, and it comes in 5th on Instagram's list. Stay in the city of light for another Parisian landmark that comes in sixth place-- the Louvre Museum, home to the world famous Mona Lisa.

If seven is your lucky number, you'll find yourself among the bright lights on the Las Vegas Strip. The full list also includes the Santa Monica Pier in California and the Brooklyn Bridge.

No matter where you go, remember, pics or it didn't happen.