Split might be the second largest city in Croatia, but with its fine beaches, historical landmarks, museums, art galleries, and natural parks, it may well be the place to visit on your trip to this beautiful country. Seriously, there are so many things this city can offer and in case you plan to discover this Dalmatian beauty, here are top 10 things to do in Split.
Considered by many as the “Paris of the East“, lying on a beautiful river the Danube, Budapest is one of the most culturally important metropolises in Eastern Europe and home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Although people lived here even in the Stone Age, this beautiful city only formally came into being in 1872 after merging of three previously independent towns – Old Buda (Óbuda), Buda and Pest, to become the administrative, commercial and industrial centre of Hungary.
Burning Man, the popular annual festival that takes place in the deserts of Nevada attracts tens of thousands of artists, musicians, entrepreneurs and other creatives from all around the world. Since it’s creation in 1986, Burning Man has showcased hundreds if not thousands of stunning artistic creations, such as “The Temple of Transition” and “Birckhead EARTH.”
Before we begin with this article, how about one quick question? Do you like contemporary art? If the answer is yes, we are absolutely sure that you will enjoy reading this piece as well you will enjoy visiting the Ludwig Museum in Budapest, a place that showcases Hungary’s most important collection of international contemporary art.
The Šibenik City Museum is a complex type of museum that consists of archaeological, cultural-historic and ethnographic departments. The museum was founded in 1925 to celebrate the thousand-year anniversary of the Kingdom of Croatia and is in the former Prince’s Palace, which is very close to the Cathedral. In a way, everything that is relevant to the history of Šibenik and its region, you will find here.
If you have already been to Vienna, then you know it. Stephansdom is one of the biggest attractions of the Austrian capital. A place that attracts millions of tourists each year and a monument that is now a real trademark of the biggest city in Austria. There are many reasons why you must not miss this place on your next visit to Vienna, but we have 4 reasons that we want to share with you.