We don’t think there’s much competition when it comes to road tripping. Europe as a continent offers so much choice and every single destination has its own unique charm. When it comes to a driving holiday, you really can’t beat a European backdrop. Combined with … Continue reading A Guide to the Best Road Trips in Europe
The name Alhambra palace comes from an Arabic root which means “red or crimson castle”, perhaps due to the hue of the towers and walls that surround the entire hill of La Sabica which by starlight is silver but by sunlight is transformed into gold. … Continue reading The Cultural Rich and Historic Alhambra Palace in Granada – Spain
Alistrati cave is considered to be one of the largest and most beautiful ones in Greece and in Europe and is the only cave operating in Macedonia. The cave was known to the locals for many years, but Hellenic Speleological Society was informed about its … Continue reading Alistrati cave: Explore one of the largest and most beautiful cave in Greece
After a 10 year long makeover, Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum is getting ready to open its door again. The Rijksmuseum is the Dutch national museum of art and history, where masterpieces by Rembrandt van Rijn, Jan Steen, Frans Hals, Johannes Vermeer and other great painters, mingle with … Continue reading The most famous museum in Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum
Hungarian National Gallery
The Hungarian National Gallery is an overwhelming collection spread across four floors that traces Hungarian art from the 11th century to the present. The largest collections include medieval and Renaissance stonework, Gothic wooden sculptures and panel paintings, late Gothic winged altars, and late Renaissance and baroque art.
House of Terror
The headquarters of the dreaded secret police is now the startling House of Terror, focusing on the crimes and atrocities of Hungary’s fascist and Stalinist regimes in a permanent exhibition called Double Occupation. But the years after WWII leading up to the 1956 Uprising get the lion’s share of the exhibition space (almost three-dozen spaces on three levels). The reconstructed prison cells in the basement and the Perpetrators’ Gallery, featuring photographs of the turncoats, spies and torturers, are chilling.
History of the Sagrada Familia If you were around Barcelona during the spring of 1882, a short walk outside of the city center would’ve placed you amid cows, fields and the birth of arguably the world’s most famous church: La Sagrada Familia. The project changed … Continue reading Intro To Barcelona’s Most Famous Building – Sagrada Familia
If you only have the time (or inclination) for one art gallery in Rome, make it this one. Housing what’s often referred to as the ‘queen of all private art collections’, it boasts paintings by Caravaggio, Raphael, and Titian, as well as some sensational sculptures … Continue reading The most beautiful art gallery in Rome – Galleria Borghese