Is there a person who didn’t hear about the Eiffel Tower? Well, probably not, it’s one of the most famous landmarks in the world. You’ve seen it a million times on tv, on the internet, many of you even saw it in person. But how many facts do you know about it? We’re always up for learning new things, and we hope that you are as well. Here’s the list of 15 things that you need to know about the Eiffel Tower, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world.
Architectural wonders around Europe are numerous, and you will see so many great buildings and landmarks that you’ll love. From classical buildings to the most eccentric and even weird ones, you will see so many different styles. For this list, we picked some of the buildings that we found the most interesting — 10 most unique buildings in Europe.
If you’ve ever visited Athens, or even if you’ve only researched a little about the best things to see in the Greek capital, you’ve already seen the Evzones — the Greek presidential guard, or Tsoliás, as they are known as well. Once the soldiers who guarded the country’s borders, and today the elite, ceremonial guard, these guys are really a sight to see. Even though they surely won’t strike a pose for you, you’ve seen tons of photos of them, as they are probably the second most photographed sight in Athens, after the Parthenon.
We’re sure you admired all those beautiful buildings that you stumbled upon when you visited Vienna, Prague, Budapest, Brussels, and other European cities, right? In case you were wondering, many of them might be built in the Art Nouveau style. Do you want to learn a little bit about this gorgeous style while dreaming of your next trip? Keep reading because you’re about to find out everything you need to know about Art Nouveau in Europe.
It’s hard for us — travel addicts and culture lovers to stay isolated and not feel too sad about it. Coronavirus outbreak brought a pretty difficult time for everyone, we’re all self-isolated and trying our best to protect ourselves and our loved ones. Whether you’re working from home, or you’re not working at all, you surely need some creative and inspiring ways to keep yourself motivated and entertained. So, this time we won’t suggest any awesome travel destinations, but we’ll share some alternative ways to experience the culture while you’re stuck at home.
In the evolution of mankind, lifestyles have changed so many times. Many civilizations left an impact on the people that came after them, and we can see that on a daily basis in the architecture, art, and culture in the world around us. In this blog post, we bring you something different, we will share the stories about some of the most interesting ancient cultures that ever existed.
The perfect springtime weather is getting closer and closer! Isn’t it just the best time for traveling and exploring the world? If you still haven’t found your perfect springtime destination, we compiled a list for you — 10 best places for enjoying springtime.
Most cities are built by rivers and that is what gives them some kind of personality. When the nice weather is here, the riverfront of a city always tends to be a very special place where you can just sit and relax. Especially in the summer, if you can take a dip or just sit in the shades by the water and enjoy the day. In this blog post we bring you the 8 most beautiful riverfront cities in Europe, so keep reading and find your perfect destination.
Portugal is a country that has it all: so many historical places for you to explore, extraordinary culture, gorgeous beaches, and natural surroundings, cuisine and wines you’ll love, and its home to warm and welcoming people that will make your stay even better! Exploring the country of fado and saudade was one of the best decisions we ever made, and we bring you a few tips before you decide to travel there as well — here are the 8 things you need to know before you visit Portugal.
The United Kingdom is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe for the longest time. Consisting of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, this country is so diverse and filled with amazing cultural and historic spots that you should visit once in a lifetime. In this blog post, we bring you the selection of our favorites — the 5 best places to visit in the United Kingdom.