3. The Hallerbos Forest Belgium
Forests are a great place to visit, not only for nature lovers but for people who feel like they need to connect with nature a bit more, or just take a break from the city life and enjoy the greenery.
The greenery though is something that you will not notice at the Hallerbos forest in Belgium. Instead, you will notice the purple. the Hallerbos forest actually turns purple once a year and a lot of people visit it in order to see up close the magical spectacle.
The bluebells bloom around mid-April and at the beginning of May and make for a completely magical walk through a forest that is like no other.
Even though the flowers are purple, Hallerbos is widely known as the Blue Forest, but be sure that if you actually visit the 1.360-acre woods during their special time, the last thing you’re going to be thinking is if the flowers are blue or purple.
You can also see squirrels, foxes, and more than 100 different species of birds there. Make sure to pack a good camera!
4. Trolltunga Norway
Trolltunga, with the amazing playful name (it means the troll’s tongue), is Norway’s most amazing rock formation.
It’s over 700 meters above the Ringedalsvatnet lake and it is the perfect place for lovers of hiking and for people that search for views that can make you gasp in awe! For non-experienced hikers, the best time to visit is through summer, but if you want to take the hike in another season, you can do it, as long as you have a guide with you (and lots of courage!) since the hike is more than 20 kilometers and will take you around 10 hours on average.
Still, the view from Trolltunga is going to reward you for each step you take in order to reach it.