Your sightseeing tour explores the modern districts of Lima and its historic center, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. As you wander the main plaza and Plaza San Martin it is hard not to wonder about its diverse architecture. Your guide will introduce you to the city’s architectural heritage. You then proceed to Santo Domingo Monastery boasting fine carved choir stalls, the oldest of Lima. It was here that San Marcos University, the first in South America, was founded in 1551.
This guided tour is the ideal way to begin exploring the roots of the author's life and work. It is here that Ernest Hemingway was born in a second floor bedroom on July 21, 1899. This Queen Anne home was built in 1890 by his maternal grandparents and was the first home in Oak Park to have electricity. The homes restoration returned the house to its 1890s’ Victorian heritage; ensuring that your experience of the furnishings and stories told reflect the young man who lived there.
Xanadu was the summer capital of Kublai Khan's Yuan empire. It was located 350 kilometres north of Beijing. The story of Xanadu is revealed that Genghis Khan had the capital of his empire here, hid the massive treasury of the Mongul Empire in the massive underground reservoir that drained the river flowing through the city, creating the "sunless sea" mentioned in Coleridge's poem. Xanadu was destroyed in 1369, and it was made a World Heritage Site in 2012. It is a long way to Xandadu from Beijing, and you will enjoy the beauty of the boundless Xilingol Grassland on the way.
This guided tour in Spanish available only on Sunday's at 1:30 pm, is the ideal way to begin exploring the roots of the author's life and work. It is here that Ernest Hemingway was born in a second floor bedroom on July 21, 1899. This Queen Anne home was built in 1890 by his maternal grandparents and was the first home in Oak Park to have electricity. The homes restoration returned the house to its 1890s’ Victorian heritage; ensuring that your experience of the furnishings and stories told reflect the young man who lived there.
Start in the morning and visit the day tour. Spend some time here with your friends and family to watch the wildlife. A popular tourist site in experience the famous Toy Train Joy Ride subject to availability. This unique Mountain Railway' project was first started in 1878 by the initiative of Sir. Ashley Eden and is now a World Heritage.
The Old Goa Heritage Walk revisits some of the most fascinating facts during Portuguese rule. When Old Goa was Goa’s former capital city, it was a thriving city even during prior to Portuguese times. It was the capital of the Bahmani Sultan Adil Shah empire. The Portuguese arrived here in 1510 under their commander Afonso de Albuquerque, and captured the city from Adil Shah, the ruler of the Bijapur Kingdom. They came to the East in search of trade and to eventually spread Christianity.In our Old Goa Heritage Walk, explore the some of the most historically significant buildings. Old Goa is a World Heritage site housing some of most grandest and oldest churches in the region. Among these are the Basilica of Bom Jesus which houses the remains of St. Francis Xavier. The imposing Sé Cathedral, the Church of St Francis of Assisi, the Chapel of St Catherine and the domed church of St. Cajetan.
Prepare yourself to explore in the morning the cradle of the Portuguese Nation whom has captured the attention of the world since becoming a UNESCO Heritage Site in 2001. "Portugal was born here" And in the afternoon a city founded by the Romans in the year 16 b.C. and named “Bracara Augusta”The well-preserved historic Centre of Guimarães, which is one of the most photographed places in the country, and from here the king initiated the main offensive of reconquers against the Moors. Named by “Bracara Augusta” in honour to the emperor Cesar Augusto. It was the capital of Galécia, from where derived five Roman Roads, with a vast territory that went from the North of the River Douro until the Cantabrian. Currently, Braga is one of the top destinations in the Religious Tourism segment, either by its celebrations, which have its epitome in the Holy Week or by being one of the oldest Christian cities in the world who owns a wide religious built heritage.
Sarnath is located about 15 km from the center of Varanasi. Lord Budha after enlightenment came to Sarnath which was previously known as Rishipatan and gave sermon. Sarnath is one of the must see place in Varanasi as one can see most significant stupa in Buddhist "Dhamek Stupa'. Also, archeological museaum here in Sarnath is very important. You can see here many heritage things of high significance with nation prospective like Ashok Chakra on Indian flag can also be seen here. There are many other important Buddhist temple from different countries are also made. It is also the center of the Buddhist pilgrimage and the most important after Bodhgaya.
See the Gothic church of St. Catherine town hall, which was originally a Gothic houseEncoutner New Castle and the Old castle and Calvary with breathtaking viewsWalk through the Holy Trinity SquareVisit a small mine in the city centerWalk through the oldest street in the townExperience a UNESCO heritage townWith its rich deposits of silver and gold, Banská Štiavnica is figured as one of the most important towns in Medieval Europe. You'll see also some lakes, hills and the fantastic countryside.The town was registered as a UNESCO heritage site in December 1993, and was also the site of the first technology-oriented university in the world. You see the place and the house where this University was founded. From here, Banská Štiavnica became a center for science and technology development in Europe.This town is one of the most beautiful and historically interesting towns in Slovakia, attracting artists and romantics with its old mining roads, stylish cafés and restaurants.