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Time to iron out some wrinkles! We’ve compiled a list of the most monumental renovation plans ever undertaken on 5 of the world’s most treasured buildings.
It takes a tragedy to reveal the impact of cultural heritage on who we are. The fire that decimated Brazil’s Museu Nacional serves as a stark reminder that our cultural institutions are too precious to be taken for granted.
Explore the role Gala Dalí played in the artistic process of Salvador Dalí at the ‘A Room of One’s Own in Púbol’ exhibition from 6 July to 14 October at Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC) in Barcelona.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z are a global cultural phenomenon – and with the APES**T video they’ve suddenly made the Louvre a place your kids can’t wait to visit!
Tucked away in a corner of Amsterdam’s Dam Square, the Nieuwe Kerk hosts an exhibition of the winning images from World Press Photo 2018. It sets off on an epic world tour on 22 July, so don’t miss your chance to check it out!
Love cats? How about a whole museum dedicated to them? We sent one of our writers to Amsterdam’s De Kattenkabinet, or The Cat Cabinet, for a look at the ultimate cat-lover’s fantasy.
If you’re desperate to avoid Gaudí in Barcelona, worry not. We’ve scoured the city for the perfect hideouts. Who knows, you may even end up enjoying it!
There’s so much to see, enjoy, understand and experience in Berlin. We’re not going to cover it exhaustively, but here are seven destinations that definitively sit among the best of the city.
The Amsterdam Light Festival is a highlight of the Amsterdam cultural calendar. Copywriter Ryan Millar took a Christmas Day cruise to experience the bright lights of this temporary open-air gallery.
Amsterdam’s NEMO museum is a bustling behemoth of science, chemistry, moving contraptions and kids. But can you meet sexy singles there too?
If you’re more into grizzly conquer stories and quizzing tour guides than lying on a beach, check out these sites for your ultimate Seville history fix.
Drop everything, Venice’s 2017 Biennale is here! From May 31 to November 26 2017, contemporary art floods the canals, so you need to get there pronto!