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Top 9 World's Most Magical Path Ways

Updated on August 22, 2016

Most Beautiful Walk Ways

Ever wanted to get lost in a wonderland with enormous mystical beauty all away from fast, mean and stressful world. Well there are places on earth where you would feel like walking in heaven. World is filled with magnificent natural beauty and most of us will probably never visit everything beautiful that the world has to offer us. But we can surely have a look and admire natures gift to mankind. Places so beautiful that would sweep you off your feet.

Check out the nine fabulous pathways which will get you lost in a new world.

Wisteria Flower Tunnel, Japan

In Japan's Wisteria Flower Tunnel, you will get to walk underneath a fairy tale tunnel of flowers made of more than 20 types of wisteria blossoms. The tunnel allows visitors to walk down an enchanting arena of beautiful flowers. The flower clusters hang down for the tip of the plant’s long vines that sway beautifully in the wind are a spectacle to watch. Best time to visit this garden and enjoy its enormous beauty is from late April to mid May. As this is a private garden you can enter there without any entry fee, as they say best things in the world are free. More than the physical walk, this would be the walk for soul.


Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

This long, leafy tunnel has got its reputation as one of the most romantic trails around the world. Located inside the forest of the Ukraine, the lush 3 kilometer passage is actually a working rail road, but at any time you can find lovers strolling hand-in-hand along the rail tracks enjoying enormous scenic beauty. It is also referred to as Tunnel of Love.

The rail road is very much functional and leads to the fiber board factory. Train passes via rail track three times a day delivering wood to the factory. However, the trees make a green corridor, which attracts many couples, as well as photographers for its eye catching avenue. It is also said that if you come to this spectacular tunnel and sincerely make a wish, it is bound to come true.

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Wormsloe, USA

Located in the southeastern United States this picturesque 1.5-mile (2.4 km) oak avenue of ancient oaks, dripping in spanish moss forms a magnificent view to watch. This beautiful long scenic drive was built by a group of British settlers in the 18 century and leads to the Wormsloe ruins. Not only does the Wormsloe have trails branching out through the woods, but it also has historic ruins and paths that run along the edge of the forest, where you can get breathtaking views of the Isle of Hope. Now, that's called a breath taking view.


Hallerbos Forest, Belgium

In the spring, this 1,360 acre forest comes alive with a carpet of purple bluebell flowers. Early-morning walk would be a treat to eyes with fog floating between the huge sequoia trees, creating a mysteriously seductive atmosphere.

A dream like carpet of bluebells overtakes the forest floor of this Belgian woods. This is the most important and most extensive forest area between Zenne and Zonien. The giant Sequoia trees also make a visit to this forest worth while. And not to forget birds chirping around, rabbit or deer crossing your path is normal in that place.


Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Japan

This breathtaking path is visited by tourists throughout the year. Stand amid the bamboo groove's soaring green stalks and you'll feel like you're in another world. Sunlight filters through the bamboo shoots, illuminating the scenic path, and the stunning Buddhist Tenryu-ji Temple is just steps away. One of the most photographed sights in the city. But no picture can capture the feeling of standing in the midst of this sprawling bamboo grove. The path has magic of its own, almost feels like a walk to heaven.


Via Krupp, Italy

You can’t go from Capri without walking this scenic switchback. Built in the early 1900s, the cliff side path has a series of U turns that link Marina Piccola and the botanical Gardens of Augustus, with some of the most spellbinding sea vistas in all of Italy. The blue waters adds to the beauty of this cliff pathway.

A german industrialist named Friedrich Alfred Krupp contracted an engineer to build a pathway which would link Marina Piccola, where he used to dock his yacht each summer. To scale the roughly 100 meter drop, the engineer cut a series of bends into the rock, set so close together that they appear almost to overlap. Surrounded by waters and spectacular scenery, this is a must go walk way if you are in or around Capri.


Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

This 470 acre park has more blooms than the eye can see. These million flowers, daffodils and tulips form beautiful patterns that lit up the garden space with their colors. On sunny days the flowers and blue sky are a charming sight to behold. There are tourist hovering all over the place, almost all the time but luckily the park is big enough that everyone could still spread out and enjoy the blossoms.


Tirimbina Biological Reserve, Costa Rica

This walkway is perfect for adrenaline junkies. Located inside the Tirimbina Rainforest is a long suspension bridge (for those brave enough to cross it), swinging over river water and overlooking the treetop canopy that's teeming with exotic birds.

Underneath the bridge flows white waters of the Sarapiquí River and all the way across the 262 meter long bridge. The forest beckons tourists and researchers to enter the lush jungle walking by this bridge.

Walking down to jungle through this suspension bridge is no less than a scene in Hollywood movies.


Glass Skywalk, China

Another option for adrenaline lovers. Glass skywalk path in china is a must visit if you crave adventure and want to see the extreme. Located at Tianmen Mountain which has some of the best views in China, only if you dare to look down. To get near the summit, you'll have to ride the world's longest cable car and cross a cliff-hanging glass-floored path, known as the Walk of Faith. The 200-foot-long terror is not for the faint of heart, it's a sheer drop of more than 3,500 feet! With the glass path adding to the fear.

Opened in November 2011 and has been a must-see tourist attraction. It gives a thrilling feeling like walking in the sky. The glass walkways close when they are covered by ice and snow in winter months. Best to experience on clear weather conditions or even foggy days.



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