10 different magical towns to visit at least once in your lifetime.

We all would love to experience the wanderlust once in our lifetime, just to escape the daily routine. Why? Simply because you live only once, then why not make the most of it. There are such magical towns in this world that not only exists in the fairy tale but also in reality. Don’t believe it? Well! Here are 10 different magical towns to visit at least once in your lifetime.

1. Naica Mine, Mexico:

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This place is one of the magical towns, comprises the largest crystals in the world. The crystal cave goes around 300 meters below the surface, and the temperature here is 58-degree Celsius. It is always humid. Humans are allowed only with proper equipment’s and under professional supervision since it is a dangerous yet beautiful place to see.

2. Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Brazil:

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The sand dunes in Brazil’s park is so white and so fast that it’s easy to guess how this park got its name – Lençóis Maranhenses – means “Bedsheets” in Portuguese. One of the interesting things to note in this magical towns is that the sand doesn’t stay put. Surprisingly, it looks like a desert but it’s not a desert. It rains about 47 inches each year.

3. Antelope Canyon, US:

Antelope Canyon,US

This place is one of the magical towns. Sometimes, nature leaves us awestruck with its creativity. It is formed by nature for over a thousand years and is built by the force of water running across the stones. You will be stunned by the structure of each stone. Do not forget to visit this magical place.

4. Petra, Jordan:

Petra, Jordan

This place was supposedly “lost” to the western world for over a thousand years. Carved with beautiful vibrant colors of pink, white, red and sandstone cliff. This magical town has a significance of ancient times. There are hundreds of buildings, temples, tombs, baths, a modern archaeological museum that can be explored in this treasury world.

5. Vatnajokull Glacier Cave, Iceland:

Vatnajokull Glacier Cave, Iceland

This is one of the biggest Iceland in the whole of Europe. Vatnajokull Glacier  – “The water glacier”, has blue crystal ice with volcanic ash layers and has the most breathtaking sights you will ever see. It is believed to have been formed about 2500 years ago. You can do glacier hiking tours, ice caving tours, snowballing tours in this exquisite place.

6. Underwater city in Shicheng, China:

Underwater City in Shicheng, China - Magical Towns

Well! This is something you might not want to miss it. The whole city is underwater. This is again a hidden treasure in China! Yes, this exists! It looks beautiful under the waters. There are ancient temples, buildings, memorial arches, deep in tranquil waters.

7. Pink Lake Hillier, Australia:

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This lake is almost strawberry milkshake in color! The real reason behind this color is still not clear the scientists. However, water is not dangerous to humans. But swimming is strictly not allowed in here.

8. Dark Hedges:

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The Dark Hedges is a bunch of beech trees in Northern Ireland. This place has also made a famous appearance in Game of Thrones. Now, why are they called Dark Hedges? There are two possibilities. Simply because it blocks the sunlight. They say this place is haunted by some evil spirit.

9. Albarracin, Spain:

Albarracin,Spain - Magical Towns

This is one of the prettiest towns in Spain. It is a small village built up against old canyon walls, with golden buildings and warning light. This place is one of its kind.

10. Cappadocia, Turkey:

Cappadocia,Turkey - Magical Towns

This place is magical on earth!  The structure of this area is weirdly shaped. The reason behind this strange formation is due to volcano eruptions. You will see fairy chimneys all around. There are caves everywhere! And you will enrich the beautiful sunset and sunlight in here. The underground city is a must to visit in here.

 

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