Street Food and Art Gallery

A good day in any city is composed of many moments and experiences – walking, shopping, seeing buildings and monuments, eating, drinking, visiting a place you dreamed about. Honestly, I did not have any clear idea about enjoying a day in Milan before visiting the Continue Reading

A Roman Empire Beach Party

Do you prefer sandy beaches or rocky ones? Each type has its advantages and disadvantages. This article is about a real rocky beach, but not a regular one. There is a beautiful archaeological site right next to it – the place was a Roman City, Continue Reading

Prehistoric Fashion

Apparently, all the ancient civilisations were fashion aware. Egyptian women used a lot of makeup. In the Roman Empire, noble families had their own styles of wearing toga. Many wall paintings, sculptures and everyday items found on archaeological sites of any of these cultures can Continue Reading

Museum Shopping in Finland

Shopping is a part of travelling usually. Many travellers will buy typical products and go to particular local shops. It’s not only for souvenirs or memories, but also for useful products. Some people buy antique books or jewellery when travelling. Choices are many. Many well-equiped Continue Reading

This is not an Illusion

This article is not about an illusion – this museum exists. However, this is the Museum of Illusions. In a year of existence, it has become a must-go place for every tourist and traveller in Zagreb. It has also become a place for children to Continue Reading

Historical Imagination

The title of this article could also be “Creative Industries in service of Heritage Interpretation”, but it would be too academic approach. Let’s continue with the Fun Museums! movement, using terms and expressions that remind us that museums are fun. Croatia has more than 1.000 islands, more Continue Reading

Open Air History Alive

We all have at least some idea about how the contemporary summer music festivals make trends. Usually these summer festival last for 5, 6 or 7 days, are held on a beach or next to a lake, many times there is a special campsite for Continue Reading

Arts and Crafts

In the 19th century, the Arts and Crafts movement made a kind of revolution in England, provoking later the Art Nouveau movement along with the Vienna’s Secession, which leaded to the creation of the Bauhaus school of applied arts. But this is just the narrow Continue Reading