It’s finally the time to introduce a new country into my repertoire. Even though Slovenia is a neighbor country of mine, I haven’t done much culture travel in that country. During my recent visit to Ljubljana, I managed to visit three places, first of them
The month of February is dedicated to museum inspiration, or better said, to inspiring museums. To start it with a style, I chose to present a culture route and a few castles that tell the story. This January was the month of thinking about Embracing
You will have enough time to sleep, have a plentiful breakfast and take your coffee or tea. Visits to museums never occur too early in the morning.
This a series about my recent winter trip to Italy.
It was on November 5, 2016, 9 am when I went up the Triumphal Arch. The mystical sunlight, coming from the Tagus River, had been getting quickly replaced by the dark clouds coming from the hills and upper parts of the city. It was my
Fun Museums is all about museums that are fun, and all about heritage and culture travel. Here I come with a selection of 10 great articles about similar travel topics, that inspired me in my research and work. Every day I read some travel blogs
Every place in every corner of Europe has a kind of local castle or palace, a former noble residence, usually in service of museum today. These monuments/museums provide a cute experience to many children – they can imagine princes and princesses, the way I once
Some museums are fun simply because they have fun concepts and topics in their own collections, buildings, or stories. But some museums have a rather traditional role of preserving significant pieces of heritage, which are not widely considered to be fun. However, these museums can
This is the report about a town museum in a local context – or not even so local. Because Europe is full of heritage, and there are no many historical places and museums that even try to become highly attractive to general public. The