Nearly 3000 years ago, an ancient race lived on the Spanish island of Menorca. We don’t know much – but we do have these ruins of the Talaiotic Culture.
The ruins of Volubilis in Morocco are what remains of a wealthy paradise in fertile grounds, far from the chaos of politics and war in Ancient Rome
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 most important old urban settlement in Montenegro was in the mountains above the city of Bar. And Old Bar (Stari Bar) is still quite magnificent today.
The most important Roman ruins in Serbia were built more than 1700 years ago near Gamzigrad. Today they are a World Heritage Site.
The temples at Angkor are one of the largest temple complexes on earth and there’s much we still don’t know about the ancient race that built these magnificent monuments.
You don’t have to go far from Siem Reap to escape the crowds of Angkor – and a trip to Beng Mealea reveals an incredible hidden jungle temple!
Just 20 kms from Mandalay is the longest-serving capital of Burma. On a small island, accessible only by boat, the ruins show you the country that was.
During a trip to Pyay, I was able to explore the ancient Pyu city of Sri Kestra. But I learnt much more about the nature of the Myanmar people from Scott.