From discovering traditional Chinese shanshui in Tonglu, lessons in jazz and local legends in Spain's Vitoria-Gasteiz and archeological delights in Koreas's Gyeongju—embark on a cultural and historical ride through the world.
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From church to mosque to museum to mosque again, Istanbul’s 1,500-year-old wonder continues to be one of the world’s most significant cultural landmarks.
Best known for being Mozart’s city, and the location where The Sound of Music was shot, the city has a lot more on offer for visitors.
Indonesia's island of ‘dragons’ can be visited for $1,000.
From medieval architecture to hippie markets, this famous Spanish island is full of surprising adventures.
These natural and cultural wonders, from ancient forests to lost civilizations, were recognized for their value to humanity.
While other forts in Rajasthan may boast more pomp and glamour, the 15th-century Kumbhalgarh fort boasts the longest wall fortification in India.