This incredible transport network stretched out over a huge part of South America. But you won’t believe how the Incans used to get messages along it!
This World Heritage Site in the north of Patagonia has an incredible collection of animals – all on view for visitors within the Peninsula Valdes.
In the middle of Argentina, far from anything, is this remarkable piece of evidence of humans who lived many thousands of years ago but left their mark… literally.
Travel through Patagonia and the natural wonders are countless. But none is as impressive as the enormous Perito Moreno Glacier near El Calafate.
Mt Fuji is now a World Heritage Site – but it’s more than just the mountain. It’s the history and spirituality of Mt Fuji that’s protected.
The German city of Trier was once known as ‘the second Rome’. It was once a mighty city and there are many reminders of that. Just not for me.
Namibia is home to the world’s oldest desert and one of the most beautiful natural landscapes on earth.
The dream of a travel writer and landscape gardener was to create a grand park in his homeland of Germany. And so Muskauer Park was born.
What do you do when there are no tickets left to see a masterpiece? Go and see a different one next door!