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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!
With some 600,000 square feet of exhibition space packed with cultural wonders, it really helps to narrow down what you’re looking for at the Musée du Louvre.
The Prado Museum has over a thousand works of art from the 12th century to the early 19th century. But where to start? Here’s our guide to the top 10 highlights
From the rubble of the WWII, Rotterdam built itself into the city of the future. Here are 7 architectural marvels that make it an architectural crown jewel.
Antoni Gaudí’s surreal architectural oddities draw thousands of visitors to Barcelona each year, but how much do you know about the man himself?
If you’re itching for some fun facts before your Titanic Belfast visit – the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience, here are the top 10 things we bet you never knew about the Titanic.
See the new exhibition at the Tropenmuseum, featuring iconic items including guitars from Jimi Hendrix and Chuck Berry, and Elvis’ leather jacket.
It’s not as if Italy is ever short of things to enjoy – and these Italian summer art exhibitions will be the cherry on top of any trip to the beloved Mediterranean peninsula.
Delve into the work of the world’s most prolific anonymous artist and, for the first time in history, you can enjoy it all inside a museum. Head there before it ends!
Modern art ranges from Romanticism to Suprematism, and from beautiful to horrible. If you want to see modern art with the oomph effect, you have to visit one of the 7 most interesting modern art museums worldwide.
From quirky apartments, through lush parks, to breathtaking places-of-worship — the capital of Catalunya is a feast for the eye. You’ll find astonishing sites in the style of Modernisme all around town, some of which are absolute must-visits. And because we want you to make the most of Barcelona, we listed the 7 architectural masterpieces in Barcelona you have to see:
The Burj Khalifa is built from concrete, steel — and superlatives. Some of them you might have heard, but here are 9 things you didn’t know about the Burj Khalifa: