As well as the temples of the World Heritage Site, there’s plenty of local culture to discover.
Cut off from the rest of Japan by large mountains, the residents of Shirakawa-go developed a unique way to build their village and survive the winters.
South Africa’s Cape might be just 0.5% of Africa’s landmass, but it has 20% of the continent’s plant species. And, oddly, they’re fascinating!
The historic centre of Naples is a World Heritage Site and you’ll see why if you can avoid the chaos and find the grandeur.
In the winding streets of the Old Town of Tallinn are centuries of history. The ancient fortified walls hold the highlights of a trip to Estonia’s capital.
This mystical land of Sintra, just a short trip from Lisbon, takes you on a journey through centuries of opulent artistic creations.
Together these two landmarks are Lisbon’s only World Heritage Site – and a testament to a period that changed the world.
Walk through the ancient Roman palace that forms the centre of historic Split, before exploring other highlights in the region.
In the first capital of Siam, there’s a wonderful collection of historic monuments from this great city.