Ivinghoe Beacon: Wikipedia
A hillfort is a fortified mound used either as refuge or for a settlement. They were built on the apex of hills as a defensive technique, however, not all hillforts were built on hills. Hillforts are primarily […]

Iron Age Hillforts in the UK   Recently updated!

When the clock strikes noon on Saturday the 19th of September, Munich’s Mayor Dieter Reiter will tap the first barrel of beer and officially begin Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest is one of the world’s largest festivals with […]

205 Years of Beer   Recently updated!

Cuevas de Mármol: WikiPedia
8th of August is the date we officially became The Heritage Travels. As a way to celebrate the 1 year anniversary of our travel blog we decided to share the TOP 5 posts from the […]

Our Top 5 Posts From the Last Year   Recently updated!

Criterion Hotel Townsville
If you planned to head to Townsville to visit our first ever pub, the Criterion Hotel, then you are one day too late. Yesterday was the Cri’s last day of trading before closing down today. […]

Townsville’s First Pub   Recently updated!

  Travelling by coach allows you to see new landscapes without the stress of driving in a foreign place. You get to meet new people, and experience a place in a different way. Spending 20 […]

Travel Australia by Coach?   Recently updated!

Ancient Greek Temples
Ancient Greek temples were arguably the most important monuments from Ancient Greece. They were used as monuments to their beloved gods and goddesses, as opposed to places of worship. The first stone temples appear in […]

Must See Ancient Greek Temples   Recently updated!

San Gemini Heritage
I have spoken about San Gemini many times in the past. This is probably because it was my first ever international destination, and therefore holds a pretty special place in my heart. It was here […]

A Walk Through Time: in San Gemini   Recently updated!

Travel to San Gemini
It was 8pm when I arrived at Fiumicino Airport in Rome. As we flew in over the ranges, and the villages, I was so happy. So happy that there are no words to describe the […]

Travelling to San Gemini   Recently updated!