We can’t wait for spring vacation, so what better time to highlight budding beauty found all around the world? From stunning lavender or tulip fields to vistas of golden canola flowers and romantic tunnels, it’s hard to believe that places like this exist in real-life. Check them out:
1- Tulip Fields, The Netherlands
Flowering tulip bulbs create acres of striking colours during the spring, crafting a fields.
2- Wisteria Flower Tunnel, Japan
Located in the city of Kitakyushu, Japan, Kawachi Fuji Garden, where you will find an incredible and exquisite tunnel of 150 different cascading wisteria plants.
3- Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
What used to be just another train rail section is one of the most romantic spots on Earth, where lovers traversing the tunnel while holding each other’s hands can make their wishes come true. By crossing freely grown trees, a train shaped this closed tunnel according to its size.
4- Lavender Fields, UK and France
Once you are in the lavender fields found in the UK and France, you will see only seas of deep purple while your senses get filled with the sweet, delicate perfume of these plants.
5- Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan
Flower paradise can be found less than two hours from Tokyo. The Hitachi Seaside Park hosts a palette of colours, which changes from one season to another, making it an all-year-round paradise. Green “cotton balls” turn a beautiful dark crimson as autumn approaches.
6- Canola Flower Fields, China
Once early spring hits, you can witness one of the world’s most beautiful sights in small Luoping (Yunnan, China). Vast farmlands get covered in golden-yellow rapeseed flowers stretching all the way to the horizon. The best time to witness this visual fiesta is February through March.
7- Blossom Trees, Germany
One of the world’s most beautiful streets can be found in Bonn. There are only two to three weeks each spring when these cherry blossom trees are at this beautiful stage of blooming and you can really enjoy walking on this stunning street.
8- Bamboo Forest, Japan
Shadows and the soft, murmuring sway of bamboo trunks characterise the Arashiyama bamboo forest outside Kyoto, Japan. The grove is serene and naturally beautiful. It isn’t a wonder this exotic, giant grass, which is embedded in Japanese culture, has inspired artisanal work for centuries.