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Title: UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Europe


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  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Europe
  • Explore surreal World Heritage Sites with
  • Europe Tour Packages
  • By

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CINQUE TERRE, ITALY
  • On the Ligurian Coast of Italy lies a stunning
    cluster of five tiny cliff-side towns, all
    balanced precariously along the cliffs. The
    picture-perfect setting is famed for its
    brightly-colored houses and impressive hiking and
    walking trails. Declared a National Park in 1999,
    the area and its towns are also a UNESCO Heritage
    Site worth exploring. Start your journey in the
    second-northernmost town of Vernazza for a real
    Cinque Terre experience.

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JUNGFRAU REGION, SWITZERLAND
  • This stunning area of Switzerland is a region
    that is dominated by a 13,640-foot-high peak
    called Jungfrau. One of the most beautiful and
    historic trekking destinations in Europe, the
    Jungfrau region is also famed for its skiing and
    is home to the annual Lauberhorn Ski Races. With
    stunning waterfalls and beautiful towns that are
    known for their climbing spots and impressive
    glaciers, this region is ideal for nature lovers,
    snow searchers and history buffs.

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LOIRE VALLEY, FRANCE
  • Listed in 2000, the Loire Valley is both a
    historic and architectural wonder. Culturally
    important to the nation of France throughout its
    history, and in fact the rest of Europe, the
    Loire Valley is a river valley featuring the
    stunning Chateau de Chambord

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STONEHENGE, ENGLAND
  • The Neolithic stone site of Stonehenge is a
    prehistoric monument that is not only a UNESCO
    World Heritage Site but also one of the 7 wonders
    of the world. The stone circle is steeped in
    history, myth and legend, and tours of the site
    are vibrant and interesting. Visit during the
    solstice for an intriguing celebration of the
    year. 

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GIANT'S CAUSEWAY, NORTHERN IRELAND
  • One of Northern Ireland's most impressive sites,
    the Giant's Causeway is made up of over 40,000
    black basalt columns. One of the most interesting
    natural phenomenons in Europe, the site tells
    tales of giants moving between Ireland and
    Scotland.

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CORDOBA, SPAIN
  • Cordoba was the Spanish center of the ancient
    Muslim world and the UNESCO Site still reveals
    its past in its impressive collection of
    buildings, including the Great Mosque. The city
    was also an important Roman site and Catholic
    center throughout its long history. Explore the
    grand interiors and exteriors of some of the most
    majestic structures in Europe.

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VENICE, ITALY
  • Spread across 118 islands, Venice is one of
    Europe's most iconic cities and one of the most
    unique. Visitors and residents travel the city by
    waterway, navigating the canals that connect the
    islands at a relaxing floating pace. The city is
    also recognized for its exceptional maritime
    dominance during the 10th century and features
    marvelous architecture, art and, culture. 

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WESTERN FJORDS, NORWAY
  • The Western Fjords in Norway are just as you
    imagine - naturally beautiful and breathtaking.
    Scenic and spectacular, the Fjords rise over
    1,400 m above the Norwegian Sea and the walls
    sink over 500 m below sea level. 

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  • Europe Holidays
  • with
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