Museum Guides

National Coach Museum

National Coach Museum: Best Tips For Visiting In 2023

The National Coach Museum is one of the most unique and fascinating museums in all of Europe. This is because its collection has some of the most beautiful and important coaches, berlins, carriages, and other types of vehicles in the History of Portugal! Located a few meters from the Tagus River and the National Palace of Belém (the official residence of the President of the Republic), the National Coach Museum is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in this tourist area of Lisbon!

Jewish Museum of Belmonte

Jewish Museum Of Belmonte: Best Tips For Visiting In 2023

When the Jewish Museum of Belmonte opened in 2005, it became the first museum in Portugal entirely dedicated to the history of Judaism. Besides, its exhibition pays special attention to the Jewish community that settled in the town of Belmonte. So, if you ever visit this Historical Village in Portugal, it’s essential that you include the Jewish Museum of Belmonte in your itinerary. This space has a unique collection of pieces that encompasses centuries of Jewish history, culture, and traditions!

Meet Vincent Van Gogh in Lisbon

Meet Vincent Van Gogh In Lisbon: Best Tips For Visiting

The official experience created by the Van Gogh Museum arrived in Lisbon in 2020, after having been to Beijing, Barcelona, and Seoul. More than a “traveling museum”, this is an unprecedented and multisensory journey through the life and work of Vincent Van Gogh, whose paintings are known all over the world. From the artist’s emergence in the 1880s to his departure to the south of France and consequent illness, Meet Vincent Van Gogh is an original way of getting to know the painter!

Best Museums in Paris

6 Best Museums In Paris (That You Should Visit This Year)

Are you looking for the best museums in Paris? Then you’re in the right place because this list brings together the best museums in Paris, which you should visit at least once in your life. Paris has an unparalleled artistic, historical, and cultural past. And these must-see museums in Paris are perfect for art lovers, history buffs, and cultural travelers. From collections of ancient artifacts to painting and sculpture galleries, discover some of the most visited museums in Paris!

Grévin Museum

Grévin Museum: Best Tips For Visiting In 2023

The Grévin Museum is a wax museum located in Boulevard Montmartre, one of the Grands Boulevards in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. With about 200 celebrity figures on display, the Grévin Museum is the ideal attraction to visit with friends or family in the French capital. And if you’re looking for more activities in this area of the city, you can complement your day with a visit to the Ópera Garnier, the Galeries Lafayette, the Musée de la Vie Romantique, or the Musée National Gustave Moreau!

Centre Pompidou

Centre Pompidou: Best Tips For Visiting In 2023

The Centre Pompidou opened in 1977 but was conceived in the late 1960s by President Georges Pompidou, who had the goal of creating an arts center in the heart of Paris. And today, the Centre Pompidou is home to the largest collection of modern and contemporary art in Europe! In addition to the several dozen exhibitions, the Centre Pompidou offers a wide cultural program, with music, theater, and dance shows, cinema cycles, conferences, and even activities for the youngest!

Casa Batlló in Barcelona

Casa Batlló In Barcelona: Best Tips For Visiting In 2023

Casa Batlló in Barcelona is one of Antoni Gaudí‘s masterpieces, the Catalan architect responsible for iconic attractions, like Casa Milà, the Park Güell, and the Sagrada Família. Built on the luxurious Passeig de Gràcia, Casa Batlló is part of the “Illa de la Discòrdia” block. In this row of modernist houses are also Casa Lleó Morera (Lluís Domènech i Montaner), Casa Mulleras (Enric Sagnier), Casa Bonet (Marceliano Coquillat), and Casa Amatller (Josep Puig i Cadafalch)!

Basilica of the Sagrada Familia

How To Visit The Basilica Of The Sagrada Familia In 2023

The Basilica of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is Antoni Gaudí‘s ultimate incomplete masterpiece. The Catalan architect dedicated more than forty years of his life to this project, which eventually became known as the “Cathedral of the Poor”. This is because the initial funding came exclusively from scarce private donations. The Sagrada Familia is still under construction and it’s estimated that the works will be finished in 2026, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the master’s death!

Vatican Museums

Vatican Museums: Best Tips For Visiting In 2023

The Vatican Museums are the third most visited museum in the world and the second most visited in Europe, after the Louvre. Besides, they’re the fifth largest museum in the world and the third-largest in Europe, with 43,000 m2 of exhibition space! A visit to the Vatican Museums is highly recommended if you’re in Rome, so take this guide with you. You’ll get the essential information (such as opening hours, prices, and accesses), a list of the must-see works of art, and lots of other tips!

Orangerie Museum

Orangerie Museum: Best Tips For Visiting In 2023

The Musée de l’Orangerie started as a greenhouse of orange trees of a royal palace, but now houses an extraordinary collection of impressionist and post-impressionist paintings, including some of Claude Monet’s masterpieces. Smaller (and less crowded) than other museums in Paris, it has the most perfect location ever: right in the heart of the Tuileries Garden. So, take this complete guide with you and get ready to enjoy Monet’s wonderful “Water Lilies”!

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