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London is a great place to visit for everyone; young and old, couples, families, friends… The city is full of (free!) museums, parks and gardens, beautiful sights and great places to eat. Not sure where to go and what to see? Easytobook comes to the rescue with an overview of the best hotels, restaurants and attractions for families, lovebirds and budget travelers.
But Rome is not only about “old stuff” and ancient history. Rome is also one of the Italian cities where all the most famous artists and architects want to leave a trace of their work.
Auditorium Parco della Musica
One of the most fabulous examples of modern art & architecture in Rome is the Auditorium “Parco della Musica” (Music Park) designed by the most famous Italian modern architect: Renzo Piano. This beautiful structure is composed of 3 concert halls (Sala Petrassi, Sala Sinopoli and Sala Santa Cecilia) and by an open theater that recalls the structure of an ancient roman theater.
We’ve cobbled together this infographic to give an overview of the tourism activity in Amsterdam. Bloody foreigners – where are you all coming from? What do you get up to? When will we see the back of you? The answers to these questions and more are all right here: Under the skirts of Amsterdam tourism.
With Gaudí’s colourful designs on almost every street corner, exploring Barcelona is like walking through a work of art. Although Gaudí is without doubt one of the most famous Spanish artists, there’s a lot more to discover and enjoy. I was lucky enough to visit Barcelona myself and I love to share amazing things – so join me on a short introductory trip around the city’s best museums.
The French are proud of their cultural heritage – and they have something of a right to be. Paris is the second city in the world in numbers of museums and the range is wide; from art to literature, from science to history…even a hunting museum: nothing is too unusual for Parisians. Join us on a guided tour through a selection of Paris’ finest museums.
Something I’ll never tire of rubbing in the faces of my mainland counterparts is the plenitude of world-class museums in London that are completely free to browse. I briefly mentioned the subject in last year’s London A-Z, but it might have seemed too good to be true. It wasn’t.
England may have sold its National Health Service and education system along with any shred of integrity it hid behind, but the museums remain open and free…for now.
Here I’ll just cover some of the largest and most popular, but one day I might also follow up with a post dedicated to hidden gems and underrated novelties.