This mystical land of Sintra, just a short trip from Lisbon, takes you on a journey through centuries of opulent artistic creations.
At Yogyakarta’s Water Palace (Taman Sari), the Sultans of the region used to find their wives. Today you can stand in their tower and imagine those days.
The Royal Palace in Yogyakarta, known as the Keraton, is built on tradition. Inside, the colours and cultural heritage showcase the region’s history.
It’s one of the most famous landmarks in Tokyo but, without its namesake, Japan could have turned out to have been very different.
There aren’t many royal palaces in the world you can visit where the king and queen live. But Drottningholm Palace in Sweden is one of them!
It’s been more than a hundred years since the last Burmese King lived in the Royal Palace of Mandalay. But now it’s been restored for visitors.
You may think Aranjuez Palace is the main attraction – but don’t miss the stunning gardens at this Spanish World Heritage Site!
The Royal Palace at Bang Pa-in is just north of Bangkok and definitely worth a visit. Enjoy the beautiful grounds and variance in architecture.