Wednesday 26 September 2012
Paris, the romantic capital of the world, has something to offer families traveling with children too!
The city’s gardens, the many child-friendly hotels, fun pic-nics in the park… even kids can have a good time in Paris. Moreover, there are also dozens of museums offering regular kids’ activities as well as permanent collections that enthrall little and big minds alike.
Tuesday 18 September 2012
Nürnberg boasts rich historical and cultural heritage, plus it hosts various events all year round! So we can say that it is an excellent holiday spot for people who wish to see and experience German traditions.
Friday 20 April 2012
Speaking of Dresden, the one thing that comes up again and again is the reminiscence of a city flattened by Allied bombers and ended up behind the Iron Curtain. 77 years have passed since Dresden’s historic Altstadt was razed to the ground by a shower of bombs during World War II: hope, goodwill… and time, have helped the city to rise from the rubble, and reclaim its status as ‘Florence on the Elbe’. A mix of old and new that makes for an ideal short trip.
Tuesday 13 March 2012
There are lots of great places to visit in Berlin, but the city is most of all a one stop place for lovers museums. If this is your perspective, then the first tourist attraction you should visit once there is the Museum Island.
Friday 2 March 2012
There we go with our 4th appointment with the “Top European destinations for 2012.” Ladies and Gentleman, welcome to: Vienna. The capital of Austria is a beautiful place, a fresh and lively city, always glorious with its superb concerts, museums, historic landmarks, shopping, and restaurants of all kinds. However, as we promised, this 2012 makes the city even more special. The reason is that Vienna is celebrating the 150th birthday of its own artist, Gustav Klimt.
Friday 10 February 2012
Welcome to the 2nd installment of our weekly diary on the “new” top European destinations for 2012. This time our guide will point you to this month’s major goings on around the Country of Flowers: Holland, the Netherlands.
Monday 6 February 2012
A quite different approach to the concept of museum. History, science, technology, nature, art and… taste, all together, to teach us everything, absolutely everything on the foods – historic and not – that we are accustomed to eating mechanically every day (or almost, depending on our nationality). The true lovers of taste can’t miss these yummy destinations! The food museums. In Europe, of course!
Tuesday 31 January 2012
Amsterdam! People ceaselessly talk about it, visit it, envy it, doom it. Yet this legendary place has always new surprises for us. Last fall, a museum opened with a focus on another topic that rarefied institutions generally avoid: welcome to theTattoo Museum, in Plantagebuurt district.
Monday 28 November 2011
Wandering Pompeii and Herculaneum is like being transported two thousand years back in time, stuck in 79AD, the year of the infamous eruption of Mount Vesuvius, which had been regarded as a mountain until that time, a gift from the gods and beyond suspicion, and that instead buried these two towns and all of its inhabitants. Enjoy the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 3D at the new Virtual Archaeological Museum of Herculaneum.
Wednesday 12 October 2011
Brussels’ museums are more than 100, from the smallest to the biggest, from the most classical to the funniest, from the artistical to the scientifical … passing by technology, industry, history, exoticism and even gastronomy! If you like to diversify, Brussels is the city for you, with a wide range of museums to suit all tastes.