The pyramids at Giza are awe-inspiring. The first of the three pyramids is Khufu and it was built in around 2560 BC. It is the largest pyramid ever constructed with a height of 147 meters or 479 feet. We get to explore these great structures through a knowledgeable tour guide who will take us from each step, explaining how they were made and what they mean to humans today. There’s also plenty of time for photos on your own so you can capture this momentous occasion with your camera!
Egypt has done an amazing job preserving these ancient monuments, even though many have been damaged by earthquakes over the years. I hope that one day we’ll be able to see them as those who lived in Ancient Egypt did
Visiting the Colosseum and Roman Forum in Italy is like stepping back into history. The very same structures that were built centuries ago are still standing today. The entire experience of walking through these historic sites will leave you with a sense of awe for how far people have come since then, as well as a deep appreciation for what has been lost over time.
Stonehenge is one of the most popular tourist destinations in England. It was constructed from around 3000 BC to 2000 BC and has been a site for worship, healing, and ceremony as well as other religious and cultural practices. The stones are believed to have been brought from Wales over 200 miles away by Neolithic people. One theory about how Stonehenge was built proposes that it was originally intended to be a complete circle but when they ran out of rocks they just filled in the gaps with dirt! This blog post will teach you everything you need to know about this wonderful historic sight!
We all know of the ancient Inca city, Machu Picchu. It is one of the most famous ruins in Peru and attracts an ever-increasing number of travelers each year. Most visitors come for a day trip from Cusco but, if you want to see more than just Machu Picchu, we recommend staying overnight and taking on some other sights in the area like Sacsayhuaman or Huchuy Qosqo.
The Great Wall of China is an ancient cultural symbol and a must-see attraction for any traveler. It was built to protect the country from invaders, which it did for centuries, but now it stands as a testament to human endurance. This blog post explores the history of this awe-inspiring wall and how you can visit it.
It’s one of the most recognizable manmade structures in the world. The Great Wall of China stretches more than 4,000 miles across northern China and into Mongolia’s Gobi Desert, winding like an immense dragon through rugged mountainsides and lush green valleys alike.