Picture with the Eiffel Tower or with the leaning tower of Pisa. Is that all you have on your list? Well then you are missing a lot. Look at our list of the most picturesque places in the world that you must visit.
1.Rainbow mountains of Zhangye Danxia, China:
Yes you read right. China has got a range of mountains that are blessed with the heavenly rainbow colours. This mountain range has a lot of precipitous red cliffs along with the multi-colored ridges of weathered strata. This mountain range is also called “China’s rainbow mountain”. The best to witness this beauty of nature is morning or at dusk, especially around the sunset, when the colours change continuously. Well if you are wondering what made this range so colourful, the geologist have the answer to that, it is because of the folding of the layered oceanic crust.
2. Marble Caverns of Carrera Lake – Chile :
If you are planning to visit Chile anytime soon then it is a must you visit the Marble Caverns of the Carrera Lake. The colour of the lake varies from turquoise to deep blue depending upon the weather and the time of the year. Why these caverns make a breath taking view, it is simply because of the sunlight, which travels into the caverns, striking the marble walls hence creating an enchanting lightshow. The walls of the cavern get their shape and texture from all the water that rises and falls during the year. The mesmerising hues of blue and white leaves the visitors enchanted.
3. Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany :
Well this place is especially for the women lot who have dreamed of castles and grown up on one of these dreams. Not to forget the men who have posed as prince once in their life time. The Neuschwanstein castle in Germany is what you must visit to turn all your dreams to reality. Situated in the midst of greens, this castle looks one of those Disney princess castle from the outside and the view is breath taking in the winters. This castle stands as a symbol of refuge and peace.
4. Northern Lights, Iceland:
Mesmerising view of the green sky is the major attraction of Iceland. Northern light or Aurora Borealis are a result of the collisions between gaseous particles in the Earth’s atmosphere with charged particles released from the sun’s atmosphere. This magical view is above the magnetic poles of the northern and southern hemisphere. But before you plan to visit you must be sure you are ready to try quite a few times. The best time to visit is September to mid-April.