Travelling the entire world is a dream for many of us. But as the world is such a large place, narrowing it down slightly is something that many of us would like to do. This year UNESCO has added 29 new cultural sites to its World Heritage List.
If you have already created your ultimate travel bucket list, here are 6 world`s wonders to add to your bucket list:
1 . Risco Caido & the Sacred Mountains of Gran Canaria, Spain
This pre-Hispanic archaeological site of cliffs and volcanic formations is home to two sacred temples Risco Caido and Roque Bentayga. However, it is not known but many archaeologists believed that these temples have possible astronomical significance. Want to visit here? Compare flights from London to Spain now!
2. Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Monte in Braga, Portugal
Perching atop the hills of Mount Espinho the Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Monte is a beautiful instance of Baroque style architecture. Overlooking the city of Braga, the highlight for tourists is the ‘Escadório dos Cinco Sentidos’ (Stairway of the Five Senses), which has around 600 steps. Want unbelievable flight deals? You can compare flights from London to Portugal at SmartFlyer.
3. Ohrid Region, Albania
The area of Lake Ohrid which is located in Macedonia has been on the World Heritage List since 1979. But in 2019, the inscription was extended and the area of Lake Ohrid in Albania, the small Lin Peninsula and the adjoining shoreline has been included too. Book cheap flights from London to Albania to visit this amazing UNESCO World Heritage Site, today!
4. Historic Center of Sheki with the Khan`s Palace, Azerbaijan
Rebuilt in the 18th century after it was destroyed by the mudflows, Sheki is a new addition to the lists of UNESCO World Heritage List. Located in the Greater Caucasus Mountains and along the Gurjana River, Sheki once became a prosperous city from the silk trade during the 18th and 19th centuries. Check prices to book cheap flights from London to Azerbaijan, now!
5. Migratory Bird Sanctuaries, China
Want to sight some of the most endangered species of birds in the world? Then fly to this natural site in China, which is located across the Coast of Yellow Sea-Bohai Gulf of China. The site features the largest mudflat system in the world. The intertidal areas are extremely vital for migratory birds as it also includes some of the most endangered species in the world.
6. Plain of Jars, Xiengkhuang, Laos
Situated in Central Laos, the Plain of Jars gets its name from the 2,100 tubular-shaped megalithic stone jars that were once used as gravestones during the Iron Age.
Although the UNESCO has added 29 more sites to its existing list, the above mentioned 6 sites are the ones that are unique and equally spectacular. When are you planning to go? You can find and compare more than 1000+ flight deals at www.smartflyer.co.uk.