Going through the oak trees Oaak Alley or Tipuana, many visitors say they feel optimistic like entereing the fairy world, full of dreams.
Here are the “tree paths” appealing to many travelers.
Oak Alley Plantation Oak Street
Oak Alley Plantation is a historic plantation along the Mississippi River in the community of Vacherie, Louisiana. This plantation was completed after two years (1837-1839) and named after rows of oak 240m along the way to the villa. The giant oak trees were planted here since the 18th century.
Currently, Oak Alley Plantation is protected as a national historic landmark. It also appears on television, from the scene in Interview with the Vampire or Midnight Bayou to Déjà Vu MV of the singer Beyonce.
The green path Tipuana
The green path Tipuana is located on Rua Goncalo de Carvalho Street, Port Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul – the southernmost state of Brazil.
In 2005, the start of construction of a commercial center along the street led to the risk of damaging the beauty of the green path. Immediately, the people of Porto Alegre opened a campaign to protest the project. Their campaign was entirely successful. On 05.06.2006, the mayor of the city Jose Fogaca signed a decree to recognize the path Gonçalo de Carvalho is “historic, cultural and environmental development of the city”.
The road of yew trees in Wales
“Green tunnel” is located in the garden of the house Aberglasney at Tywi Valley, West Wales. The host of the house – the family Dyer planted them in the 18th century. The row of yew trees thrived so much, forming domes and interlocking which makes nobody can count the number of yew trees existing on this wonderful road.
Dark Hedges is a unique section on the road Bregagh, Ireland, which looks exactly like the scene in the film directed by American director Tim Burton. Over the past 300 years, every old oak with luxuriant foliage, ‘transform’ to the ‘tree tunnel ‘ in shady path. Locals said the trees were planted in Stuart family since the 18th century, it is also attracting tourists to visit their villa Gracehill. Today Gracehill is built to become a golf club.
Green bamboo forest road in Sagano
In Arashiyama District, the western outskirts of Kyoto (Japan), there is a place which attracts tourists, it’s Sagano bamboo forest.
From the Heian period (794-1185), Japan kings and nobles often came here to enjoy the scenery. Not only impressed with the natural beauty, Sagano forest also creates melodious music like the flute when the wind blows through each bamboo grove. That enchanting sound is also voted in the top 100 sounds to be preserved in Japan.