You can't have a fairytale without a castle, so the Neuschwanstein Castle is a perfect place to begin our list. In fact, this castle was actually the inspiration for Sleeping Beauty's Castle in Disneyland, so it has fairytale street cred.
These unique rock formations in Göreme are called fairy chimneys, and, of course, fairies are another must-have item for fairytales. Otherwise, I guess they'd just be called tales. And where's the fun in that?
Lake Retba in Senegal is literally filled with strawberry milk!*
*Okay, so it's not strawberry milk. But it would be in a fairytale! Actually, the unique pink color is because of a special kind of algae that lives in the lake. But that's not as fun or as delicious, is it?
The travertine pools of Pamukkale in Turkey look like magical glistening gemstones. Also, the name Pamukkale means "cloud castle." Cloud. Castle. If you can think of a place that's more enchanting than a cloud castle, I'm all ears.
Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat at over 4,000 square miles. When it's wet, it creates an almost perfect reflection that reminds us of something that should have been in Alice in Wonderland.
According to legend, fairies ring bluebell flowers (like the ones pictured here) in order to gather their fairy friends for a meeting. The Hallerbos in Belgium is obviously the natural choice for the site of FairyCon 2015.
The little white house in this picture is the only building on the entire Ellidaey Island. It's also probably where a young princess is currently imprisoned by her evil stepmother. Perhaps there's a dragon involved, too.
If this looks familiar, it's because Reine (along with other idyllic Norwegian cities) was the inspiration behind the city of Arendelle in the film Frozen. And if it's good enough for Anna and Elsa, it's good enough for me.