Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Looking for Some Travel Inspiration?

Ever thought to check the U.N.E.S.C.O. list to get some good ideas for your next travel?

At we believe that inspiration for your travellings can be taken precisely from the List of World Heritage Sites that the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization enriches every year, selecting new sites of cultural or physical interest. To prove that our planet is truly an amazing place from a natural point of view and that some human actions are really praiseworthy.

Trang An in Vietnam

In a world so full of beauty, the U.N.E.S.C.O list can turn into a hive of ideas for our trips, taking us to unveil the most evocative and significant places of the earth, anywhere they are.
The great thing about UNESCO sites is that you can find them anywhere: some are just around the corner, easy to visit; others, more remote and exotic, need a bit of planning to get there.

Only this year, 26 new sites were elected, from Europe to Asia, from Africa to America.

Today we are presenting you 5 of these 26 new UNESCO sites, to start with: they are located in 5 different countries in the world.
We thought it was a good idea to show them within an infographic rather than a mere blog post, so you can help us make it go viral, if you like it. The infographic also includes some extra information on each place.

It goes without saying that the choice is up to you!
5 ideas for your next travel borrowed from the UNESCO World Heritage List
From Italy to Denmark, from South America to France and Vietnam, you have just discovered 5 amazing places that perhaps you did not know.

Italy, Piedmont: the Vineyard Landscape of Langhe-Roero and Monferrato
It is the 50th UNESCO site in Italy and includes a wide area extending amid the cities of Asti, Cuneo and Alessandria, in the southern sector of Piedmont. A unique place where some of the finest wines in the world are produced. Ever heard the name Barolo?

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Denmark, Zealand Island: Stevns Klint
Although it has been added to the UNESCO list only recently, it is a geological site with a thousand-year history. The site even preserves a record of the cloud of ash that can be attributed to the impact of the meteorite that caused the dynosaurs' extinction
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South America, Andes: Qhapaq Ñan 
A massive road system constructed by the Incas through 6 different countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. Indeed, a great engineering work that the Incas managed to build in one of the most extreme areas of our planet. 

Vietnam, Ninh Bình: Tràng An
Let's move to the East now, precisely in northern Vietnam, along the southern shore of the Red River Delta. Here you can find a spectacular landscape including karst formations, green valleys, steep cliffs and deep caves inhabited by a complex ecosystem. Only a couple of hours from Hanoi, Vietnam capital, where you can choose from over 150 available hotels in the city.

France, Ardèche: Grotte Chauvet-Pont d’Arc 
A masterpiece of prehistoric cave art with drawings dating back to 32,000 years ago, absolutely well-preserved, one of the oldest known.

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