We’re kind of obsessed with the geotagging capabilities of Instagram. You can go back and look at where you’ve been not only in pictures but on the map showing where you took them. We recently got our hands on the list of the most geotagged places around the world for 2014, and they’re so lovely we’re thinking we might use this list as a travel guide for 2015. In ascending order, here are 2014 most geotagged places…

10. The Dubai Mall, Dubai, United Arab Emirates: The world’s largest shopping mall was bound to make the list. With 1,200 shops, we imagine this place has basically anything you could ever want to buy… ever. And it has an aquarium, too. (via @thedubaimall)

9. Yankee Stadium, New York City, New York: The new Yankee Stadium was built only five years ago, and fans of the pinstripes will follow their team wherever they go. Locals and visitors continue to show major love for the relatively new stadium, especially in Derek Jeter’s final year. (via @yankees)

8. Madison Square Garden, New York, New York: Whether the crowds are flocking to the Garden for a sports event or a Lady Gaga concert, it’s definitely an event worth bragging about. It’s not far from the Empire State Building, so if you’re visiting, you can knock out two landmarks in one afternoon. (via @m_giordi)

7. Red Square, Moscow, Russia: Smack dab in the center of Moscow, this picturesque square looks like something right out of a storybook thanks to Saint Basil’s Cathedral’s domes. (via @henrystacey31)

6. Musée du Louvre, Paris, France: If you haven’t seen the Louvre’s glass pyramid entrance IRL, it’s about time you get your self a passport and a plane ticket. Its most famous visitors as of late were the royal couple themselves. American royalty, that is — Beyoncé and Jay Z. You may remember their stylish pic in front of the Mona Lisa. (via @rayrayraylau)

5. Gorky Park, Moscow, Russia: Moscow makes the list again with this free public amusement park that’s full of things to do, food to eat and art to see. It covers 300 acres along the Moskva river. In the winter, you can skate away on the largest ice rink in Europe. (via @hobopeeba)

4. Siam Paragon Shopping Mall, Bangkok, Thailand: We’re not sure what it is with putting aquariums in shopping malls, but apparently it’s a thing. In addition to the Siam Ocean aquarium, this shopping mall has a huge movie theater, art gallery, concert hall, bowling alley and opera hall. (via @siamparagonshopping)

3. Times Square, New York City, New York: The towering billboards, zooming taxis and endless shopping have made this the most iconic intersection in the world. Recently though, it was turned into a pedestrian plaza, so you can expect a lot fewer taxis now. (via @mysisters_style)

2. Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, California: Right up there with Wrigley Field and Fenway Park, this is one of the country’s oldest ballparks. Dedicated Angelenos “bleed blue” for the Dodgers, so you can bet every sunny season (because, yes, it’s almost always sunny) the house is packed. (via @auntiejessieb)

1. Disneyland, Anaheim, California: To top off the list, where better to go that the happiest place on Earth? If you’re looking to knock two of the top 10 off your list in one trip, Disneyland is a short road trip away from Dodgers Stadium. After all, if you combine castles, Disney characters, treats and rides, you really can’t miss. (via @carlanm23)

Would you love to travel to any of these places? Let us know your faves in the comments!