It is beginning of the Spring and it is time for blooming of cherry trees around the World. Cherry Blossom symbolizes the natural beauty of nature every Spring, but this Spring, unfortunately, they don't have a big audience. But we have found a way to take you there virtually so that you won't miss this beauty of nature.
Catch a glimpse of the some of the world's most scenic sakura spots, recommended by locals who review places on Google Maps.
From late March to early April, a stretch of Meguro river's sakura-lined walkway is illuminated come sunset. Enjoy a festive stroll through the promenade's 800 cherry blossom trees.
Takizakura, an ancient 1,000-year-old weeping cherry blossom tree in the town of Miharu, is one of the most treasured cherry blossom sites in Japan.
This park behind the Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the most popular spots to enjoy cherry blossoms in Paris. Cross over to Quai de Montebello for a picturesque view of the beautiful blossoms set against the cathedral.
Fiesta del Cerezo en Flor or the Festival the Flowering Cherry takes place every April at this cherry orchard, which is home to more than two million cherry trees.
The discontinued railway station in Jinhae, South Korea comes back to life during the Jinhae Gunhangje Festival, South Korea's biggest spring festival. The thematic carriage takes passengers through an 800-meter-long sakura tunnel for a truly unforgettable experience.
Vancouver's cherry blossom festival lasts an entire month, allowing visitors plenty of time to admire its beauty.
Royal Botanical Gardens at the back of the Palm House towards the Temperate House explodes with color from the end of March until the beginning of May.
Washington, D.C. hosts a month-long National Cherry Blossom festival, which starts in March. Although the festivities extend throughout the city, views from the Tidal Basin are arguably the most stunning.