With 55 sites, Italy takes the
crown (alongside China) as the country with the most UNESCO World
Heritage sites in the world. Some of our favourite Italian cities
have made the list, including art-filled Florence,
the watery wonders of
Venice and the historic heart of Rome.
Beyond the cities, the Dolomites
mountain range is a jaw-dropping heritage spot and the perfect
backdrop for hiking and biking adventures, or even climbing if you
tackle the epic Via Ferrata walkways.
Spain - with
its compelling culture and stunning natural landscapes - is another
great pick when it comes to discovering UNESCO World Heritage sites
in Europe. There's the wondrous works of Gaudí in Barcelona,
Granada's mighty Alhambra fortress and the famous pilgrimage site
of Santiago de Compostela. Elsewhere in Europe, you can discover
the ancient ruins in Greece, the
fjords and Croatia's
terraced Plitvice Lakes - all well worth a visit.
Wherever your UNESCO travels take you, we'll craft a tailor-made
itinerary filled with memorable experiences and pair you up with
expert guides who will bring to life the sites you venture to.