Inside two of Istanbul’s most famous landmarks: Hagia Sophia and the Sultan Ahmed Mosque (the Blue Mosque). Both are critical to Istanbul’s history.
Horyuji Temple near Nara in Japan might not be the most famous site in the country – but it has a history that makes it one of the most important.
The belfries of Belgium were erected over centuries, all with slightly different designs. But they all represented the same thing – a democratic freedom not seen here before.
Bruges is one of the prettiest cities in Belgium. So what do I discover when I set out to explore its streets?
You really can’t avoid the rock when you visit Gibraltar – it literally looms over everything you do. So here are the best ways to explore the rock itself.
Some people would have you believe the Giant’s Causeway was formed by molten basalt but the story of the two fighting giants is much more fun!
UNESCO has placed the historic centre of Vienna on its ‘In Danger’ list, along with World Heritage Sites in Syria and Iraq. How has it come to this?
In the small Croatian town of Poreč, most visitors come for the beaches and the bars. But there’s something much more important to see!
The Netherlands is known for its windmills and you won’t find a finer example than Kinderdijk, just 15 kms from Rotterdam.