Copenhagen is a relatively small city and you can get a lot done in a single day. If you’re pressed for time I suggest viewing the following major attractions: Rosenborg Castle, Amalienborg Palace and Christiansborg [Read More]
Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen is home to the Danish royals and comprises four buildings of the same style with rococo interiors. In the 1700s the royals initially occupied Christiansborg (another palace in the city) but [Read More]
Museum Voorlinden is a brand new contemporary art museum situated in Wassenaar in The Hague, Netherlands. I highly recommend visiting the museum by bike as it takes around 20 minutes from The Hague Central Station and [Read More]
The hundred-year-old building turned blue one night but it was not for the lack of oxygen or a flashing light of emergency. It was to celebrate its 70th year in existence and the United Nations and the Peace [Read More]
If you love parks and outdoor spaces, Ciutadella Park in Barcelona is a must-see. And this is no ordinary park. In fact, Ciutadella is a kind of cultural playground – probably the most interesting and original outdoor space [Read More]
Giethoorn is a strange sounding name that certainly doesn’t do any justice to this beautiful place. The name actually means ‘goat horn’ in Dutch. How did it acquire such a peculiar name? Well, the town was [Read More]
Keukenhof in the Netherlands is known worldwide as one of the largest flower gardens on the planet. This is an extraordinary garden steeped in history. In fact, what we know about the garden stems from the [Read More]
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