A newly renovated colossal mausoleum for the founder of the Roman empire Augustus has reopened to the public in the Italian capital after centuries of neglect.
Angkor Wat is not as deathly quiet as it was back when it was rediscovered by the French explorer Henri Mouhot in the 1840s.
A year ago, Carlos Millo was renting out rooms to foreigners in the picturesque town of Vinales, a popular tourist getaway in rural Cuba.
Adventure travel was increasing in popularity among young Cambodians prior to the pandemic but trekking through the forest solo and going on long solitary hikes is still a rare activity for anyone in the Kingdom.
Camera traps set up in Srepok Wildlife Sanctuary show a variety of wild animals roaming around in the protected habitat which is formally classified as a Lower Mekong Dry Forest Eco-region within the Eastern Plains.
More than a century after it first cruised the glittering waters of the Nile, the Steam Ship Sudan (SS Sudan) draws tourists following the trail of legendary crime novelist Agatha Christie.
Vast rock formations the size of multi-storey buildings loom above Ho Minh Phuc, as he picks a path through the gloom inside the world’s largest cave.
In the bus heading to Kampong Chhnang province, Beng Hab said he has been interested in agro-farming since childhood and wanted to visit organic farms where fruits and vegetables are grown chemical-free.
A 45.5m deep diving pool with artificial underwater caves and Mayan ruins, the world’s deepest such structure, opened near Warsaw this weekend.
The coronavirus crisis shuttered Switzerland’s ski resorts in the spring, but they are banking on tighter precautions and the Swiss love of the mountains to save them as the winter season kicks off.