Top 5 Agricultural Sceneries: The Most Beautiful Places To Visit

Top 5 Agricultural Sceneries: The Most Beautiful Places To Visit

The world is full of landscapes that are breathtaking, but which are the best agricultural sceneries? The answer to this question might not be an easy one. There are many factors to consider when choosing the five top agricultural sceneries of the world. But in order to provide you with a starting point, here are some of the most beautiful places in the world for agriculture.

Colombia

Colombia is perhaps the most perfect country in the world for agriculture. In the center of the country you will find the famous International Fairground that is one of the most visited destinations for tourists from all over the world. And there you can find the big farm squares where you can find even big farms. The best place to visit for agriculture lovers is the 5,7km2 farm square called Asperanza.


The square has a 15-hectare farm and a couple of houses on it. And the reason why people go to this farm square is that you can go on the farm and see everything that is possible to produce here: crops like alfalfa, oat, corn, tomatoes, oats and peanuts, as well as breeding horses.


The farm square is a place where people can live and meet with the local farmers.

Thailand

No surprises here, right? This is probably the best-known agricultural area in the world. The farmland in the South of Thailand are green and lush. Farms are located in the foothills of the Andaman Sea and are especially at their best in March when the rice harvesting is done.


The region consists of three main divisions that are Khao Sok, Koh Ker and Ko Yai. The locations in the middle of Thailand have various agricultural traditions and practice different terrains for farming.


France


Sometimes considered the agricultural capital of the world, France has a rich history of farming. The Champagne region is the perfect place to find a place for your wedding day. The vineyards are in full bloom from April to September, a perfect combination for this period of the year.

Australia

Australia is a land of vast plains, the vineyards and forests are among the most beautiful. The Australian wine industry is worth more than $22 billion, producing more than 80% of the nation's wine exports. Wine production is accompanied by soft fruits production and other agri-based products such as hops and quinine, just to name a few.


In NSW, Great Keppel Island offers a beautiful hiking trail, and crocodile farms, but the coolest thing is the 12-hectare (30 acre) orchard of orange trees. Lush green sugarloaf mountains at Lamington National Park, and lush banksia woodland in Carabooda in the Gold Coast are spectacular scenery with their own lifestyle.


Norway


Ludvigsen Farm in the middle of the agricultural landscape of Western Norway.

United States of America

Manzanar National Historic Site


Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan


Enclosed by mountains, Shizuoka Prefecture is home to one of the most famous landscapes in Japan. Manzanar National Historic Site, as it is called, is a former Japanese American internment camp. It was originally a POW camp during World War II, and continues to remain one of the most depressing places for visitors. But that is not all that makes it beautiful.


Incredible pictures of the site have become an online sensation. The surrounding landscapes are very beautiful too, with the backdrop of the snow-capped mountains creating an amazing setting for wheat fields.


The Cornfield


Kovtunovo, Moscow Region, Russia


Kovtunovo is the home of the largest outdoor corn field in the world.

Italy

Italy is an exceptionally rich country with a wealth of heritage and culture that is often overshadowed by the spectacular beauty of its monuments. This stunning country's landscapes have in many ways set the bar higher, making Italy the country where agriculture can be seen from the first breath. Take a trip to northern Italy, including the Dolomites, where you will find some of the best agriculture sceneries in the world. Even during a quiet time, there are numerous farms that offer visitors the chance to take a close look at the process of farming.


Germany


In Germany, one of the best agricultural landscapes is the "Baumwald", a dark forest that borders the city of Dortmund. The fields that are scattered throughout this region are planted with the finest types of trees.

Tuscany

Tuscany is a great place for all sorts of farms, but it is perhaps the best destination for Italian wine. And, if you want to see an entire terraced vineyard in progress, there's only one place to go – the Garaglioni wine estate in Chianti Classico, a large plantation of 2,550 acres.


Serbian Lakes


Serbian lakes are one of the most beautiful places in the world. People in Serbia are proud of these clear, blue lakes, and they're confident that the country has the highest percentage of lakes in Europe, with 50 per cent of the surface area. One of the most impressive ones is Lake Skadar in Montenegro. Skadar has a stunning turquoise colour and is a magnet for holidaymakers.


Czartoryski


Poland is one of the best countries in Europe for raising horses.

Umbria

Umbria, located in Italy, is home to many beauty spots like the Cenadina valley, the Monterosi monastery and the Valle d’Aosta. Yet, this can’t be the only reason to choose the region as one of the top five landscapes for agriculture.


It is for one simple reason that Umbria is full of vineyards, olive groves and flower gardens. Combine all of that with the fact that it is the home of the best national park of Italy, the Cenadina Valley National Park, and you have one of the most beautiful places in the world for agriculture.


Turks and Caicos Islands


It should come as no surprise to anyone who knows anything about Turks and Caicos Islands that agriculture is a main economic activity of the island.

Emilia-Romagna

Located in Italy, Emilia-Romagna is known for being one of the most beautiful agricultural landscapes in the world. The region produces a wide variety of wines, which are sold worldwide, not only because the beauty of the place, but also because the quality of the grapes. And the vines are some of the oldest in the world. The two most popular grape varieties are Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. The mountains in the region allow them to grow vines and the climates ensure they are properly tended to. This area is the largest wine producing area in Italy.


Rhine Valley


The Rhine Valley is a very productive agricultural region in Germany. In fact, Germany is the world's largest wine producer.

Piedmont

Not only is the region of Italy situated in the heart of the Italian Alps, but its landscape is rich in unique and incredible sights. Take your sweetheart, and get them in touch with the unique nature and scenic beauty of the central Italian Alps. There are also a lot of ancient villages, lakes, and countryside that can make the experience more enchanting.


This is not only a piece of beautiful scenery but also a winemaking region. The region of Marche, where the city of Ancona is located, is full of beautiful lakes and valleys, some of which are full of thick forests and mountains. If you plan a hiking trip in this area, be sure to stop by one of the region's many vineyards.

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