4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites to Discover

Visiting the incredible man-made structures and wondrous natural landscapes deemed vital and protected sites by UNESCO is a dream for many luxury travelers. We understand and share this passion for discovery, which is why we are proud to offer you access to a significant number of tours to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, from China’s Great Wall to Antoni Gaudí’s masterpieces in Barcelona, as part of our FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions, Regent Choice Shore Excursions and 3-Night Land Programs. Below, find a sampling of the magnificent places you can explore.

Provence, France – Historic Centre of Avignon

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Avignon was home to seven popes of the 14th century, who chose to reside here rather than in Rome. The incredible Palace of the Popes was one of the largest buildings of its time.

From Singapore: Siem Reap, Cambodia – Angkor Wat

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Originally a Hindu temple, this now Buddhist temple is the largest religious monument in the world. It was built by the Khmer king Suryavarman II in the early 12th century.

Hilo, Hawaii – Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

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Hawaii’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site, this park is home to the magnificent Kilauea volcano. Witness its summit, caldera and craters and marvel at this dramatic landscape.

Mumbai, India – Elephanta Caves

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The exceptional rock-cut cave complex is a collection of shrines, courtyards, grand halls and porticos, filled with exquisite stone sculptures and reliefs of Hindu gods and goddesses.

Which one of these UNESCO World Heritages Sites are you exploring with Regent Seven Seas Cruises?

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