Together these two landmarks are Lisbon’s only World Heritage Site – and a testament to a period that changed the world.
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.
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.
The tragedy of Titanic’s sinking was felt across the world but, in Belfast, the city lost the child it had created. Belfast remembers in a new memorial.
The Netherlands is known for its windmills and you won’t find a finer example than Kinderdijk, just 15 kms from Rotterdam.
It’s hard to find parts of the European coast that aren’t full of tourists. Each year, the crowded areas just grow. But here’s a tip for the future!
The Italian city of Ravenna is famous for its mosaics but one young artist is taking the ancient artform and giving it a modern touch!
The Maltese capital, Valletta, was built hundreds of years ago by the Knights of St John. But the British have truly left their mark since.
Many years before man built Stonehenge or the Pyramids, he created these temples on a small island in the Mediterranean…