5. Pamukkale, Turkey
6. Halle forest, Belgium
Hallerbos, or Halle’s forest in Dutch, is an ancient forest in Halle, Belgium that transforms into a dreamy landscape in spring.
Visit between April to May to find its slender beech trees swimming in a dazzling carpet of bluebells. Visitors can follow the winding path and watch rabbits and deer frolicking in the woods.
7. Ochiul Beiului, Romania
8. Lapland, Finland
9. Hall of Mosses, USA
Located in the Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park, Washington, the Hall of Mosses trail has its trees, rocks, ground–everything–covered in mosses.
The fascinating landscape is also home to a large population of giant slugs.