Producing our audio and media guides is a lot of work! Find out about the process behind the scenes and learn how the outdoor tour for St. Stephen’s Cathedral came into being.
Known as the Eastern city that never sleeps, Hong Kong is one of the most interesting places in Asia. It has such a vibrant atmosphere that you will just love and if you had only one chance to visit only one place in Asia, it should be Hong Kong. Yes, we know — Asia is unique and every single place is worth exploring, but...
Back in May 2020, we asked artists how they were dealing with the new situation and received a number of answers, some quite different from others. Times have been tough, but who other than cartoonists are best in not losing focus on what’s the most important – humor and laughter!
The famous “Long Night of Museums” will be a bit different this year. To avoid the crowds, it was expanded to a whole week when uncountable museums are offering special programs, discounts, extras for children, etc. The new name is “Museumszeit” (Time for Museums) and it takes place from October 3 – 10.
We do love Europe and all of its countries, but some of them are just a bit extra special and make you feel like you’re in the best place in the whole world. One such country is Serbia — a yet undiscovered gem of our lovely continent. If you’re looking for new places to learn about, we bring you 7 reasons to explore Serbia,...
New Exhibitions at Museum Angerlehner Featuring Monika Kus-Picco, Mario Dalpra, Martin Praska, and Hannah Winkelbauer
The museum Angerlehner in Thalheim/Wels presents four new exciting art shows, starting on September 13.
La Sagrada Familia is an extraordinary religious building located in the gorgeous city of Barcelona, one of the most visited tourist attractions in Spain, and, of course, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ve seen its pictures so many times, or even admired it in person, but how much do you really know about this Catalan gem? Let’s learn some interesting facts about Gaudí’s Masterpiece.
The Liebenau Camp in the South of Graz was a camp where a lot of war crimes of the Nazi era have been committed. To remind of those dark times, a memorial plaque was erected and officially presented.
Zagreb is an exquisite city with a unique blend of the old spirit of continental Europe and Mediterranean culture. It’s full of beautiful buildings, amusing museums, and relaxing parks, but there is so much more. It has its unique spirit that you just must feel, and we’re about to tell you how. We’re about to show you the top things to do in Zagreb...
The Ars Electronica festival will be a bit different this year – of course due to COVID-19. Some events take part at the JKU campus in Linz, but the majority will be shown on the web. As participants mostly cannot travel to Austria, there will be contributions streamed from all over the world, from Antarctica to Israel to Hong Kong, and many more!