Unesco has announced 21 new World Heritage Sites; three natural and 18 cultural.
The new sites can be found in every corner of the world, from icy Greenland to the Kalahari Desert, and from the mountains of the Andes to the temples of Cambodia. To celebrate the induction of these new cultural and natural wonders, the travel website Booking.com has selected a few of the most exciting new sites and despite many of them being in remote locations, the online booking chain has still found some great places to stay nearby.
Los Alerces National Park (Argentina)
The Los Alerces National park is located in the Andes in Chubut Province. It is one of the new natural World Heritage Sites on Unesco’s list. The park owes its name to the many alerce trees that can be found there.