European UNESCO Cultural Heritage Sites

Sintra historic city, Mosteiro dos Jerónimos and Torre de Belém

Sintra, Portugal. European UNESCO Cultural Sites

Sintra, Portugal

The Way of St James pilgrimage route: four routes through France

The way of St. James...Camino de Santiago

…the Way of St. James… Camino de Santiago

Bern (Berne): old city, Switzerland

World Heritage Sites: A Complete Guide to 1,031 UNESCO World Heritage Sites Paperback – October 4, 2016 by UNESCO

Bern, Switzerland. UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Bern, Switezerland

Portovenere, Cinque Terre, Isola Palmaria, Isola del Tino and Isola del Tinetto, Italy

Vatican City

Vatican City. UNESCO World European Heritage Sites

Vatican city should be visited if you come touring.

Kromeriz: castle and gardens, Czech Republic

Split: historic centre with Diocletian palace, Croatia

Split, Dubrovnik, the islands. TOP destination!

Split and Croatia are highly recommended

Moldavian churches, Romania

World Heritage Sites: A Complete Guide to 1,031 UNESCO World Heritage Sites Paperback – October 4, 2016 by UNESCO (Author)

Galati church, Romania. UNESCO World European Heritage Sites

Galati church, Romania

Rila: monastery, Bulgaria

Being one out of many beautiful European UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Monastery in Rila, Bulgaria

Rodos (Rhodes): medieval city, Greece

Rodos, Greece. UNESCO European World Heritage Sites

Rodos, Greece

Istanbul: historic areas, Turkey

 

Divrigi: Great Mosque and hospital, Turkey

Valleta: old city, Malta also nomitaded European capital of culture 2018

Valleta, Malta one of the Europeans UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites

Valleta, Malta

Troodos region: painted churches, Cyprus

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Europe

Painted churches in Troodos region, Cyprus

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Over 60,000 copies of all previous editions of World Heritage Sites have sold. This seventh edition fully updates the book to add the 24 sites newly unscripted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2015.” />

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