A Green Travel Guide to the World

The colour of green, probably the most comfortable colour on earth, while it usually associates with nature, brings us a good sense of eco-friendly environment, freshness, natural beauty and youthfulness. Let's follow our visual travel guide to the greenest places in the world and discover the real beauty in green!


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An Underground Portuguese Reservoir in Morocco


This Portugues Cistern is located in the previous Portuguese city of EI Jadida; it is now an ancient cultural heritage monument in Morocco. La Citerne Portugaise was used to be a big tank for catching and storing rainwater and worked as a water supply. The architecture itself wasn't originally green but after years it turned into a sublime secret reservoir.


La Citerne Portugaise | Rue Hachmi Bahbah, El Jadida, Morocco


Northern Lights - the Colour of Nature


As long as you are in the auroral oval area, you'll have a chance to spot the greatest Northern Lights in the dark. From early October to late March, Iceland will definitely be one of the countries that you should go for aurora borealis hunting. Green is actually the most common colour of Northern Lights; therefore, if you are lucky enough, you'd be able to see lights in other tones like violet and orange.


Anywhere far away from the city | Iceland


A Rocky Lion Grove Garden in Green


The Lion Grove Garden is located in the middle of Suzhou, Jiangsu province. It is well-known for large stone arrangements and a stunning fresh green bamboo garden. The shape of those rocks in the garden resemble lions and this is how this place gained its name. You will realise you have actually stepped into a rocky green forest when you are here.


Lion Grove Garden | 23 Yuanlin Rd, Gusu District, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China