Visiting these real-world places is like jumping into the pages of a story book, where castles sit on clouds and forests are carpeted with flowers.

01. Colmar: Alsace, France

Walt Disney would surely approve of Colmar, with its timber-framed houses, colorful facades, and flower-lined canal.



02. Ashikaga Flower Park: Ashikaga, Japan

Ashikaga’s wisteria trees bloom brilliantly for a few weeks every spring, turning the park into a vision of pastel pinks and purples.

03. Rakotzbrücke (Rakotz Bridge): Kromlau, Germany

This 19th-century bridge creates a perfect stone circle when reflected in the still waters below it.

04. Hallstatt, Austria

Its lakeside views and charming buildings make Hallstatt a picture-perfect town. So perfect, in fact, that China made an extract replica of the village to serve as high-end housing.


05. Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai’s skies light up with thousands of lanterns every year during the Yi Peng festival. Tangled fans, start packing.

6. Lake Reschen: South Tyrol, Italy

This area of South Tyrol was once home to several villages, but the towns were purposefully flooded when a dam was built nearby. The only visible reminder of the drowned cities is a 14th-century bell tower—sort of like Rapunzel meets the Quarter Quell.


7. Hallerbos Forest: Halle, Belgium

This beech forest in Belgium becomes a misty dreamscape during springtime, as thousands of bluebells carpet the forest floor.

8. Seljalandsfoss: Iceland

Seljalandsfoss looks great at any angle, but it’s worth the hike to see the waterfall from the cave behind it. Can someone commission an Airbnb property here please?

9. St. Basil’s Cathedral: Moscow, Russia

St. Basil’s Cathedral is a bright and whimsical sight in the middle of Red Square, thanks to candy-colored domes and swirling patterns.


10. Puez-Geisler Nature Park: South Tyrol, Italy

Italy’s Puez-Geisler Nature Park is located among the jagged and striking Dolomites, with a charming, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it church nestled among the mountains.
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