This stone knight has been watching over Bremen for more than 500 years. When you see inside the building behind him, you’ll realise why!
The first place in Germany to be added to the World Heritage List is one of the most important sites in the country. Oh, and it’s stunning!!
It’s hard to believe that engineers were able to carry boats through the air more than 200 years ago at this Welsh aqueduct!
The castles of King Edward I in Wales may have been built for a brutal conflict, but they have become stunning parts of the country’s heritage.
The village of Holloko, a World Heritage Site, offers an authentic look at the rural life in Hungary of yesteryear.
Visiting the Abbey of Pannonhalma takes you through a millennia of Hungary’s history.
Built more than 400 years ago, this villa in the Italian town of Tivoli is one of the finest examples of renaissance architecture and gardens in the world.
The ruins of Hadrian’s epic compound in Tivoli show an insight into the wealth and power of the Roman Empire in the second century.
The mysterious Etruscans is one of the greatest races that never was. They founded Rome and the civilisation it became… yet we know so little of them.