Why does the Prime Meridian, the imaginary line that divides east from west, run through Greenwich? And why does this small town, a few miles
Greenwich, just a short trip from central London, is full of historic sites. So many, in fact, that the whole of Maritime Greenwich was declared
The streets of the Buda Castle Hill were eerily silent, the only sounds the clattering of our feet on the cobbles and the occasional swish
The Boyana Church in Sofia is one of nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Bulgaria. Situated on the outskirts of the city, on the foot
Hamburg is a city of water. Sitting at the point where the River Elbe widens into the sea, it is full of lakes and canals.
The gardens at the Alcazar of Córdoba may be smaller than those of rival palaces in Seville and Granada, but they are still impressive. Even