If you’re a rich city in the medieval days, what do you do? Well, you protect yourself and construct grand public buildings. That’s what these two did!
When the Romans were at their peak in the second century, these fortifications in Germany protected their frontier. Now, one fort’s been reconstructed.
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.
Völklingen Ironworks was the first industrial site added to the World Heritage List. It played a huge part in development of Germany in the 20th century.
This beautiful blend of natural vistas and quaint towns has inspired many artists and poets. But the Upper Middle Rhine Valley needs to be seen for itself.
This is the latest place to be named a World Heritage Site in Germany. While it’s hardly the most famous, it was at the centre of a very important empire!
Up close with the amazing Komodo dragons on Komodo Island in Indonesia. The only place they live! They look slow and lethargic but watch out: they can kill!
I’ve got 48 hours to explore Quebec City and the area around it. As well as seeing the historic city, I’m keen to taste some local food and wine!
As well as the temples of the World Heritage Site, there’s plenty of local culture to discover.