If you went somewhere cool and didn’t announce it on Facebook, did the trip even exist?
As part of its annual Year in Review feature, Facebook released its 10 most checked-into places around the USA. Facebook’s check-in feature lets users share their location with their feed. And based on this list, it’s primarily used by people bragging about their vacations.
This year’s top check-ins are full of popular vacation spots, from city landmarks to national parks. (Frankly, we’re impressed so many users could access Facebook in the middle of nature.)
See Facebook’s top 10 humblebrag-worthy destinations below.
1. Disney parks, including Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Epcot, Disney’s California Adventure and Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Opened in 1971, Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is the top vacation spot in the world.
2. Universal Studios Hollywood
There’s no better place to jump into your favorite film than Universal Studios Hollywood, the second-most checked-in location on Facebook in 2014.(Image Via: Universal Studios Hollywood)
3. Times Square
Over 300,000 people pass through Times Square every day. No wonder there’s so much checking-in going on! (Image Via: nypost.com)
4. Yosemite National Park
The nearly 1,200-square-mile wilderness in the Western Sierra Nevada that makes up Yosemite National Park is a land of superlatives: tallest, largest, grandest.
5. Grand Canyon National Park
With more than 4 million visitors a year, the park’s services fill up quickly. Be sure and make reservations for everything. (Image Via: blog.eurekatent.com)
6. Yellowstone National Park
Sixty percent of the world’s geysers reside in Yellowstone National Park, the most famous being Old Faithful. (Image Via: worldheritage.routes.travel)
7. Yankee Stadium
The stadium’s Great Hall features banners of the team’s greats (Image Via: fineartamerica.com)
8. Las Vegas Strip
Facebook users checked into Vegas’ iconic stretch of hotels and casinos this year. (Image Via: www.eatinglv.com)
9. Hollywood Walk of Fame
Over 2400 marble and brass celebrity stars dot Hollywood Boulevard. (Image Via: woondu.com)
10. Madison Square Garden
New York City’s landmark arena, opened to the public in February 1968, was a popular place for Facebook users checking into sports games, concerts and more. (Imagi Via: nypost.com)