A UNESCO World Heritage site featuring 16 terraced lakes interconnected by stunning waterfalls and surrounded by lush forests.
The world's largest salt flat, offering a surreal landscape that transforms into a giant mirror during the rainy season, reflecting the sky above.
It's the capital of the vast state of Amazonas and an important starting point near the Amazon Rainforest.
Spanning over 1,400 miles along Queensland's coast, this vibrant underwater ecosystem is home to thousands of marine species.
Immerse yourself in ancient Roman history at iconic sites like Colosseum or Pantheon
Kyoto boasts numerous historic temples such as Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion) and Fushimi Inari Shrine with its famous torii gates pathway.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site showcases awe-inspiring rock-cut architecture dating back over two millennia.
Liverpool is a must for music lovers, as it is famously known as the birthplace of the Beatles.
Its attractions are enhanced by the region's distinctive fusion cuisine, creating a truly unforgettable experience.
Pamper yourself with a variety of treatments, including herbal baths infused with local ingredients.