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  • Tower of London

    London, United Kingdom (UK)

    The world’s most notorious medieval fortress, rich in gruesome history dating back to the 11th century. Now home to the Crown Jewels and the enigmatic, colourful Beefeaters.

    Best for ages: 4+ | £25

  • Palace of Versailles

    Versailles, Ile-de-France, France

    Ornate, opulent and entirely over-the-top, the Palace of Versailles is one of the world’s most lavish royal residences, with glorious gardens to explore alongside the gold-coated interiors.

    Best for ages: 13+ | £18

  • Louvre Museum

    Paris, Ile-de-France, France

    The world’s most visited museum, a treasure trove of art from around the world. Admire the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo and many, many more…

    Best for ages: 16+ | £15

  • Eiffel Tower

    Paris, Ile-de-France, United Kingdom (UK)

    Gustave Eiffel’s eccentric, iron-clad tower built as a temporary exhibit for the World Fair in 1889, has views all over the city and has become iconic symbol of Paris.

    Best for ages: 4+ | £23

  • The Alhambra

    Granada, Andalusia, Spain

    Spain’s most visited attraction is the stuff of dreams, filled with intricate mosaics and carvings, magical gardens and breathtaking views.

    Best for ages: 13+ | £12

  • The Acropolis

    Athens, Central Greece, Greece

    Dazzling ancient citadel, perched on a hilltop rising above the city, housing some of the most impressive ancient buildings in the world.

    Best for ages: 7+ | £9

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  • The Colosseum

    Rome, Lazio, Italy

    Built by Emperor Vespasian in the 1st Century AD, Rome’s magnificent and iconic Colosseum, steeped in gory gladiatorial history is a must-see. Let the games begin!

    Best for ages: 8+ | £14

  • Hot-air balloon flights over Cappadocia

    Goreme, Central Anatolia, Turkey

    One of the world’s great hot-air balloon flights, over a moonscape-esque landscape of arches, caverns, striking spires and eye-popping, giant protuberances resembling gigantic mushrooms.

    Best for ages: 10+ | £75 | 4 hours

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  • Leaning Tower of Pisa

    Pisa, Tuscany, Italy

    One of Italy’s most popular sights, an astonishingly beautiful but leaning belltower dating back to 1173, doomed from the outset having been built on unstable sand and clay. The still-famously titling tower still attracts millions of visitors a year, for the unnerving climb up its 293 steps.

    Best for ages: 10+ | £15

  • St Mark’s Basilica

    Venice, Veneto, Italy

    Surely the most exquisite, beguiling and opulent place of worship in Italy, St Mark’s cathedral was built to satisfy the wildest dreams of the Doges and is rich in glittering Byzantine mosaics, Gothic carvings and sumptuous treasures.

    Best for ages: 18+ | Free