UNESCO World Heritage Site Connections

Known for being one of the most stunning Renaissance cities throughout Europe, Salamanca was first founded in the pre-Ancient Rome era in roughly the 2nd or 3rd century BC.Read more
Revolutionary, activist, philanthropist, Noble Peace Prize Winner, President.Read more
Thrill with your own Out of Africa-like experience with a visit to Tanzania’s UNESCO World Heritage Site the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.Read more
“Safari,” in Swahili (one of the main languages spoken in Tanzania), translates simply into the word “journey.”Read more
In lovely Sintra, it’s not just romance that’s in the air… but fairytale castles that seemingly rise above the clouds.Read more
Upon seeing Victoria Falls for the first time, 19th century Scottish missionary and explorer Dr. David Livingstone exclaimed, “no one can imagine the beauty..."Read more
What better city to visit on a river cruise than stunning Amsterdam?Read more
Discover hidden gems in lovely Luxembourg...Read more
Life-sized elephant bas-reliefs carved out of temple walls at the aptly named Terrace of the Elephants.Read more
Travel back in time to explore the beautifully preserved medieval town of Český KrumlovRead more
Stepping through the Loire Valley is a bit like stepping back in timeRead more
Austria’s iconic Wachau Valley, a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site, is not only home to some of the most charming towns and villages but also stunning scenic views and lush vineyards.Read more
Nestled in the French countryside between Libourne and Castillon-la-Bataille, the small village of Saint-Émilion is a jewel of the Bordeaux wine region.Read more