11 Magical Tree Tunnels You Should Definitely Take A Walk Through

1. The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland

This is a location that is lush with history, a gorgeous and intertwined forest that was planted by the Stuart family in the 18th Century.  These trees show their age with knotting branches that curve to make a roof over your head as you walk, but in a pleasant way.  It gives off the air of elegance and decor in a way that younger forests don’t.

Magical Tree Tunnels


This theme of elegant landscape goes along with the reason that the Stuart family planted the trees: to create an impressive scene for when visitors and neighbours headed home.  Today it is a beautiful peaceful place that is popular for photography and painting.  It is also home to a “Grey Lady” who haunts the walkway at dusk.

Magical Tree Tunnels


2. Street in Bonn, Germany

This beautiful canopy of pink flowers brightens up the city street in Bonn, giving a natural flair to a modern landscape.  Every Spring, the flowers bloom in these gorgeous slender trees to provide an eye-catching roof that will make you forget about your stress and enjoy the moment in the sweet aroma of the street.  The large flowers stay for two to three weeks, providing a beautiful show for the street’s residents, and then flutter down to the ground to create a carpet of sweet, pink petals.

Magical Tree Tunnels



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