Have you ever felt like you wanted to go somewhere truly magical? A place where fantasy and reality seem to blend? Well, stay tuned while we bring you 6 Places that Proves that the “World is Magical”.
In No Particular Order, The List Consist Of
For half of the year, Tragöß, Austria is a very normal park. In a valley of the Alps, the picturesque park features meadows, trees, stone paths, benches, and a bridge.
As beautiful as it is then, it becomes something very special every spring. As snow and ice melt, the runoff from the mountains floods Green Lake. While the lake is only one or two meters deep in the winter, it reaches depths of eleven meters (33 feet) and leaves the entire park underwater from May, through the end of July.
The Tunnel of Love, Klevan, Ukraine
Take your ‘loved one’ to the Tunnel of Love and legend has it that ‘ask a sincere desire and it will be fulfilled’. Sounds a bit creepy, especially after dark. This naturally-created tunnel in Klevan, Ukraine is in use three times a day, when a train passes through to take wood to a nearby factory. So, don’t get too lost in the moment.
Tulip Fields in the Netherlands
Flower bulb cultivation is an economic activity in the provinces of North Holland, South Holland, and Flevoland. The colorful flower fields that have come to symbolize Holland can be seen in these areas around April.
Lake Retba, meaning Pink Lake, lies north of the Cap Vert peninsula of Senegal, some 30 km, or 18 miles, north-east of the capital, Dakar in northwest Africa. It is named for its pink waters caused by algae and is known for its high salt content, up to 40% in some areas.
It almost looks like something you would find in Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. But except here, if we were to drink any of the lakes, with all that salt, it would be a lot more bitter.
Wisteria Flower Tunnel
Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan. Here a person can walk down an enchanting tunnel exploding with color. The flowers are called Wisteria and are popular in Japan.
Can you imagine what is like walking beneath all those flowers, or even sitting on that park bench?
Salar de Uyuni
Salar de Uyuni is located in southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes, it is covered by a few meters of salt crust, and when covered with water, this extraordinary place becomes one of the largest mirrors on Earth.
An excellent place, if you have a phobia of mirrors. At least to try and get over your phobia. Or not. What did you think of 6 Places that Prove The World is Magical?