Marbach am Neckar is a pleasant little town and a perfect place to spend a day (or, two) wandering around the old medieval streets and the lush green countryside, or sampling many of the local wines that are produced here.
China's natural attractions are incredibly powerful and hugely diverse. And there's so much of it!
You can be certain of finding landscapes that resonate with you, whether your heart's set on rice terraces and river gorges or fantasy-land karst mountains and wild flower meadows.
Salzburg enchants visitors with pure, unadulterated nature: city mountains, gardens, water everywhere.
Hikes high above the historical district, moments whiled away amid spacious park grounds, countless drinking fountains dotted throughout the city, all testimony to the green soul of this City of Mozart.
Norway is a spectacular land, filled with glaciers, mountains, forests and rivers. Norway is at the top of the world.
Olympic National Park, Washington, USA
With its incredible range of precipitation and elevation, diversity is the hallmark of Olympic National Park.
Encompassing nearly a million acres, the park protects a vast wilderness, thousands of years of human history, and several distinctly different ecosystems, including glacier-capped mountains, old-growth temperate rain forests, and over 70 miles of wild coastline.
Japan has many amazing man-made structures that have a rich history behind it. But Japan also holds some amazing structures and places that aren't the result of a person's hand, and are simply the result of nature.
Although many of these places have been altered slightly by human hands to make it accessible to visitors, the elements of nature can still be observed, and are a spectacular sight to behold!