We love natural architecture and passageways made from trees are one of the most beautiful phenomenas we can think of in this field. Here are some insanely beautiful tree tunnels around the world you should definitely take a walk through. Photo: Lugermad

Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

Tunnel of Love tree tunnel ukraine

Situated near the tiny town of Klevan, this private rail track used to ferry wood to a local factory.  During full bloom, the trees create the illusion of a tunnel. Local legend has love wishes made when passing through the tunnel come true, hence the name, “Tunnel of Love”. Photo: Vitalii Sak

The Wisteria Flower Tunnel, Japan

Wisteria Flower Tunnel, Japan. Photo by Tristan Joe Emoto

This is one key spot to get your get your flower blossom on. The best visiting time is late April to mid May, when the wisteria flowers are in full bloom. But as the famous poet Murasaki Shikibu explained, beauty is not when the cherry blossoms, beauty is when the cherry blossom petals are on the ground. A once in a lifetime overwhelming experience, most say. Photo: Tristan Joe Emoto

The Dark Hedges, Ireland

FlixelPix The Dark Hedges, Ireland

Voted ‘one of the top five most beautiful tree tunnels in the world, this incredible  tunnel  was created 3 centuries ago by the Stuarts family, who wanted to create a fabulous scene leading up to their house. Photo: FlixelPix


Cherry street in Bonn, Germany

Cherry tree street in Bonn Germany

You don’t have to go to Japan to live the Cherry blossom experience. Spring becomes alive in the city of Bonn, Germany, 7- 10 days, when the cherry tree blossoms.

Bamboo Path, Japan

bamboo path Japan tree tunnel

This 500m long path runs through one of the most beautiful bamboo forest, Sagano. Not only is it a ‘place of scenic beauty’, as the Agency for Cultural Affairs describes it, the majestic sound that is produced when wind blows through it has been voted as one of the 100 must-preserve sounds of Japan.

Oak Alley Plantation, Vacherie, Louisiana

It’s one of the most photographed plantations in Louisiana, and it’s no wonder. It was originally named Bon Séjour (Have a good stay), but the 28 giant oaks leading up to the house turned it into “Oak Alley”. This fairy tale setting regularly draws turists, as well as celebrities and other VIPs from around the world.

Sakura Tunnel, Japan

Sakura Tunnel, Japan. Cherry blossom tunnel

Another sight to see is the Sakura Tunnel in Japan. This pink tunnel has become one of the most popular attractions in the city.


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