The Hague, known for politics, also offers beaches like Scheveningen and cultural treasures like Vermeer's 'Girl with a Pearl Earring'.
The Cologne Cable Car, opened in 1957, was the first aerial tramway in Germany, offering a unique view of Cologne's skyline
Did you know that Topkapi Palace Museum in Istanbul encompasses four distinct courtyards, each revealing unique aspects of Ottoman history?
You will find in Ghent, Belgium, the famous Ghent Altarpiece, a masterpiece of medieval art housed in Saint Bavo's Cathedral.
You can stargaze under Death Valley's clear skies, experiencing one of the best star-viewing spots in the USA.
The Lennon Wall in Prague, once a normal wall, is now an artistic tribute to John Lennon that you will love.
You will discover Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province, where ancient history in Al-Ahsa meets modern life in buzzing cities like Al Khobar.
Sarajevo's Latin Bridge is where Archduke Franz Ferdinand's assassination in 1914 sparked the beginning of World War I.
You can snooze from Paris to Berlin and wake up ready to explore, all while the train glides through Europe overnight!
The State Hermitage Museum, founded by Empress Catherine the Great, houses over three million items, including an extensive array of Eastern art.
The Bolgheri wine tour in Tuscany introduces Super Tuscans, a blend of old and new winemaking, in a beautiful setting for a special wine experience.
In Dry Tortugas National Park, you can find Fort Jefferson, a huge fort from the 1800s. It is far out in the sea, making it a special spot for history and adventure.
The Louvre Museum in Paris has over 615,797 objects and 35,000 works of art, making it the largest art museum in the world.
Did you know? Las Lajas Sanctuary is built directly over a river gorge, making it appear as if it's floating above the water - a rare and stunning sight in church architecture!