15 Most Magical Villages on Earth That Are Truly Enchanting

4 Reine, Norway

Reine is part of the Lofoten Archipelago in Northern Norway. The town is one of the most beautiful and picture places welcoming visitors to the Arctic Circle. Reine is situated amongst stunning and dramatic surroundings that feature some breathtaking landscape.

Reine, Norway

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3 Shirakawa-go, Japan

Not to be outdone, there are some beautiful magical villages in Japan such as Shirakawa-go. Situated in Honshu Island, the little village is stretched across mountains and is among those locations that receive the heaviest snowfall in the world. Shirakawa-go is characterized by its quaint houses featuring a style called Gasso-Zukuri with roofs that seem like hands joined in prayer.

Shirakawa-go, Japan

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2 Bibury, England

Here is another fairytale village that seems to have popped out of a story book. Bibury is one of the most magical villages in the world. It is almost 1000 years old and is located in Western England. Bibury is among the most beautiful places in England famous for its honey colored Cotswold stone cottages. Visiting Bibury and basking in its magical atmosphere is almost like a walk back in time.

Bibury, England

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1 Marktschellenberg, Bavaria Germany

Marktschellenberg in Bavaria Germany is a typical little hamlet village made magical by virtue of its immaculate and ethereal landscape that enshrines it in mist and mountains. Not many will know this but the beautiful hills and meadows surrounding Marktschellenberg was the location where Julie Andrews bursts into the introductory song “the hills are alive’ in the iconic movie “the sound of music.

Marktschellenberg, Bavaria Germany

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