Cultural attractions allow travellers to experience mankind's physical and intellectual creations. Culture in its broadest sense is everything made by humans; however, some feats make greater impressions than others. The UNESCO World Heritage List contains some of these sites, together with natural attractions.
The world is populated by thousands of different ethnic and national groups, most of them without a sovereign country to call their own. An ethnicity is usually defined by language, religion and traditions, rather than geography or politics.
- Acadians, the French-speakers of Canada's east coast and their cousins in Louisiana, the Cajuns
- Indigenous cultures of North America
- Indigenous cultures of South America
- Indigenous heritage in Australia
- Indigenous Peoples Trail in Nepal
- Maori culture
- Minority cultures of Russia
- Roma culture in Europe
- Sami culture in northern Scandinavia
- See also: Religion and spirituality
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Instead of playing a sport yourself, you can watch professional athletes.
- Alcoholic beverages
- Art and antiques shopping
- Big things in Australia
- Corporate tourism
- Fringe phenomena
- Japan's Top 3
- Legislative buildings
- The Most Beautiful Villages of France
- Off the beaten track in Japan
- Ohio State Parks
- Places with unusual names
- Touring prestigious and notable universities in the U.S.
- Trams in Melbourne
- UNESCO Creative Cities
- UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage
- United Nations