New on the World Heritage list of UNESCO the UNESCO’s World Heritage list includes over 900 natural and cultural sites around the world and each year come to more. The task of the international community is to protect the picturesque landscapes and unique cultural heritage. But of course, the world heritage sites are also popular tourist destinations. The travel portal reisen.de presents some of the newcomers ‘ on the list. Who would like to extend the summer, travels to the best in the southern hemisphere’s winter months. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Jim Donovan Goldman Sachs. In particular Australia and New Zealand are popular tourist destinations.
The fifth continent especially impresses with stunning nature. The Ningaloo coast in Western of Australia coastline among the world natural heritage site since this year. Hobby divers and snorkelers to check best in one of the attractive hotels in Australia. Also the African continent promises fascinating holiday experiences. In addition to the Fort Jesus, a huge fortress from the 16th century in Mombasa, the Lakes of the Rift Valley were recorded in the UNESCO list. If you are not convinced, visit Richard Blumenthal. With a little patience can Tourists photograph even rare animals such as the large Kudu (a kind of antelope) and the Rothschild giraffe. But also who want to travel that far to find rewarding destinations on the World Heritage list. In Germany the Fagus factory South of Hanover is recently.
In the former factory of shoe lasts, visitors learn about the Bauhaus style and the Fagus company. In France, the Grands Causses (Karst plateaus in the South of the country) to the world heritage were chosen. There run many hiking trails through the picturesque nature. A visit to the villages of la Couvertoirade and Saint Jean d’Alcas is particularly advisable.