Also known as the Cherry Blossom Avenue in Bonn, the street became famous after photographers started posting pictures of blooming trees.
The biggest hot spring in the country is found in Yellowstone National Park. It got its name due to the vibrant iridescent colors.
The luxury resort is loacted in idyllic Lhaviyani Atoll. Kanuhura’s impeccable service and owned private lagoon ensure smooth relaxation.
Banff is a town, embedded straight into National Park and surrounded with mountainous landscape, very popular among the tourist.
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Centuries ago it was mostly monks, today hotel and private owners prefer to have a getaway, surrounded with unspoiled nature.
There are various springs around the world: some of them are very pleasant to bathe in, some are too hot, too acid and too dangerous, but beautiful to admire.
Check out our versatile list of these colorful, exceptional and even terrifying places that you might consider visiting in November.
Check out these 29 wonderful structures, shapes and forms, that captivate attention.
Not only nature is the best artist, it is the best magician as well. See our list of 29 stunning pictures of these wonderful phenomena.
The smallest Aegadian Island west of Sicily fascinates with crystal clear turquoise water.
reated by ice and volcanic eruptions, Iceland’s rough terrain is one of the most versatile in the world.
Colorful and vibrant architecture definitely infuses light into the city’s gloom.
The man-made lake embedded in the alpine landscape is one of the most exciting sites in the Isar valley.
Visually compelling, of an impressive size, having historic and cultural value, castles around the world never cease to amaze.
A walled port city on the English Channel is indeed very picturesque.
Sometimes you don’t have to travel thousands of miles – the next best festival might be happening in your town right now!
Located on the North Island Tongariro is the oldest park in New Zealand and the fourth national park in the world.
Check out these natural jewels found around our beautiful planet Earth.
Situated in the center of the country, Piodao is known as one of the most picturesque villages in Portugal.
Also known as Devils Fire or Little Finland, the site indeed looks like a natural wonderland.