This 19th-century bridge creates a perfect stone circle when reflected in the still waters below it.
04. Angel Oak: Charleston, South Carolina
What looks like a set piece from Pan’s Labyrinth is actually a massive and ancient oak tree—six stories tall and 300-400 years old.
05. Reed Flute Cave: Guilin, China
Sadly, magical fairy dust is not the secret behind Reed Flute Cave’s glowing interior. Multi-colored lights hide all around the subterranean spot to attract tourists.
06. Hohenzollern Castle: Bisingen, Germany
Hohenzollern Castle stands proudly over 750 feet above Germany. It’s most exceptional on overcast days when it sticks out above the fog—a literal castle on a cloud.
07. Tunnel of Love: Klevan, Ukraine
Ukraine’s “Tunnel of Love” puts all theme park rides to shame, with vibrant green leaves covering every surface.
08. Hallstatt, Austria
Its lakeside views and charming buildings make Hallstatt a picture-perfect town. So perfect, in fact, that China made an exact replica of the village to serve as high-end housing.
09. Chiang Mai, Thailand
Chiang Mai’s skies light up with thousands of lanterns every year during the Yi Peng festival. Tangled fans, start packing.
10. 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.