Central Athens North, Greece

Inhabited for 7,000 years, Athens was the birthplace of European civilization. It flourished in the 5th century BC when the Athenians controlled much of the …

London, England

The largest city in Europe, London is home to more than seven million people. Founded by the Romans in the first century AD as an …

La Habana Vieja, Cuba

The historic heart of Havana, which was declared part of the “cultural heritage of humanity” by UNESCO in 1982, is the largest colonial centre in …

Istria And The Kvarner, Croatia

The Istrian peninsula, nestling at the northern end of the Adriatic Sea, and the islands that tumble down the Kvarner gulf are some of the …

Vancouver, Canada

Long before the Europeans discovered what is now called Vancouver, the coastal area in which the city stands was inhabited by the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and …

Sidney, Australia

The Rocks and Circular Quay are the oldest part of inner Sydney. The City Centre is the central business district, and to its west lies …

Anchorage, Alaska

Spread across an alluvial plain between the lofty Chugach Range and the waters of Cook Inlet, Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city. In less than a …

Recoleta, Argentina

Only a street away from the traffic hubs and port depots of Retiro, Recoleta is altogether another world. This area was adopted by upper-class porteños …