CheeseWeb's Big Board of UNESCO World Heritage Sites
We here at CheeseWeb LOVE visiting UNESCO World Heritage Sites around the world. With over 1000 sites on the current list, we have a long way to go. Use this…
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The ultimate travel guide to Antwerp, Belgium for your next European holiday. We share our itinerary for the best things to do in Antwerp Belgium including the best hotels in Antwerp, great Antwerp restaurants, the top tourist attractions, and even where to buy the best Belgian chocolate in Antwerp. Don’t visit Antwerp with reading this travel guide!
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Hallstatt, Austria is one of the most enchanting fairytale places in Europe. Aside from being the most beautiful place in Austria, Hallstatt is more than 7,000 years old. It's a UNESCO world heritage site and home to the world's oldest salt mine and a bone house! Here's a guide to Hallstatt.
Our guidebook states “Sucre is Bolivia's most beautiful city”. This historic city is full of white painted ornate colonial buildings, many with enclosed wooden balconies jutting out over the footpath. Whilst it had many nice aspects to it, Sucre didn't really “wow” us. Read our short post and find out why. More Bolivia travel tips on dare2go.com!
A tantalizing mix of history, culture, and natural beauty await in the Vysočina region of the Czech Republic. The region has three incredible UNESCO World Heritage sites to discover. Click here to join us on our journey and see these beautiful gems for yourself.