basilique Saint Pierre Rome

The great Basilica of St. Peter, with its splendid and imposing dome suspended from the ceiling of Rome, is the most important in the Christian world. It is the monument that manages to bring together, in one place, the faithful and art lovers. It is dedicated to St. Peter, theRead More →

Kurfürstendamm

The Kurfürstendamm or simply Kudamm as it is commonly known is one of Berlin’s most famous avenues. It is a long, wide avenue lined with shops, hotels, cafés and restaurants. The Kudamm was the commercial centre of West Berlin when the city was divided. History The Kurfürstendamm was originally builtRead More →

cathédrale Berlin

The magnificent and imposing Berliner Dom or Berlin Cathedral is without doubt one of the most photographed buildings in Berlin. No wonder, because with its striking domes and monumental 114 metres long and 116 metres high, the cathedral stands out in the landscape. Berlin Cathedral is located on the banksRead More →

musee juif

Since its opening in 2001, the Jewish Museum in Berlin has become a major attraction and one of the most visited museums in the city. It is also the largest Jewish museum in Europe and its permanent exhibition introduces visitors to two millennia of German-Jewish history, the relationship between JewsRead More →

sistine chapel rome

The Sistine Chapel is, without a doubt, one of the greatest artistic treasures of the Vatican. It is also one of the main tourist attractions for visitors who decide to visit the fantastic works in the Vatican Museums. History The Sistine Chapel was built between 1471 and 1483. The chapelRead More →

colosseum rome

Italy’s hot-blooded capital is one of the world’s most seductive and fascinating towns, with a heady mix of melancholy ruins, awe-inspiring art, and vibrant street life. Rome is sometimes referred to as a “living museum,” but it has much more to offer than its amazing collection of artistic artifacts, notRead More →

siegessaule victoire berlin

The Siegessäule or Victory Column is one of Berlin’s most famous landmarks, having once been the setting for the video recording of U2’s song “Stay, Farway so Close”. The Victory Column was the scene of the Love Parade, an electronic music festival, when it took place in Berlin, and alsoRead More →

berlin postdamer

The Potsdamer Platz, which is located about 1 km from the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag, is a square with bold, super modern buildings and one of the most frequented and visited places in Berlin. In addition to being one of the city’s main attractions, Potsdamer Platz offers many recreationalRead More →

Mémorial de l'Holocauste Berlin

The Holocaust Memorial is, as the name already suggests, a memorial to the 6 million Jews killed under the Nazi regime. The Holocaust Memorial is located in the heart of Berlin, one block from the Brandenburg Gate, between the U.S. Embassy, Tiergarten Park and further down Potsdamer Platz. History TheRead More →

bode museum

The Bode-Museum, another of the museums belonging to the Museum Island complex, is located at the northern end of the island. The museum was named after its first curator and creator Wilhelm von Bode. It is a beautiful building, which, with its imposing facade directly on the banks of theRead More →