Amsterdam Travel Guide

  • Museumplein
    More than just a large expanse of grass that is a park, the Museumplein is full of culture. You’ll want to visit this area to discover the rich history of the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Moco Museum. You can also do some luxury shoppingRead More →
  • Getting around Amsterdam
    There are 3 main transport authorities: GVB operates buses, subways, ferries and streetcars. GVB is limited to transport within the city of Amsterdam, i.e. it does not provide transport to Schiphol airport, which is technically in another city. There is also Connexxion, which operates intercity bus routes, some of whichRead More →
  • How to get from the airport to the center of Amsterdam
    By train Fast and convenient, after all the train is located inside the airport itself, in the basement of the hall. Just follow the signs. In the hall, you will find several yellow machines, like the ones in the picture, to buy the train ticket. They accept credit cards. TheRead More →
  • Weather in Amsterdam
    You really want to go to the Netherlands, but you don’t know when and in which month it is best to do so. How do you find the time to see everything and relax at the same time? When does the beach season start? It is clear that you shouldRead More →
  • Nemo Science Museum
    The Nemo Museum in Amsterdam (NEMO Science Centre), and this is the name of this object, is simply a must for parents who like to visit with their children upon arrival in Amsterdam. In fact, the idea of creating a NEMO museum, as it appears in its current form, cameRead More →
  • A’ DAM Lookout tower
    A 20-story building, entirely covered with glass. You’ll be on the top floor in only 22 seconds and enjoy a 360° view of the whole city of Amsterdam! At the top is perhaps the most original swing you have ever seen. A swing 100 meters high and right on theRead More →

Berlin Travel Guide

  • History of Berlin
    Berlin remained a small, peaceful and untouched city until 1415. Not much is known about the Berlin of before that time. But then came the Hohenzollerns. In 1415, the house of Hohenzollern was granted the margraviate of the electorate of Brandenburg, in which Berlin occupied a central position. The firstRead More →
  • Berlin Zoo
    The Berlin Zoo (in German: Zoologischer Garten Berlin) is the oldest zoo in Germany, its origins dating back to 1844. The first animals appeared in the garden thanks to the generosity of King Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia. Located in the Tiergarten Park, the zoo attracts 3 million visitors everyRead More →
  • Madame Tussauds Berlin
    Madame Tussauds Berlin is an interactive wax figure museum located on what is considered one of the most beautiful avenues, Unter den Linden in Berlin. The most important personalities from all over the world gather in one place where you can have your picture taken with them. At the MadameRead More →
  • Berlin Airport
    Berlin airport, called Berlin-Brandenburg “Willy Brandt”. It is the main airport of the German capital, located 28 km from the center, in Schönefeld. This new airport replaces the old Berlin-Tegel airport (which closed in 2020). Terminals of the Berlin airport The new Berlin Airport (BER) has three terminals: Video HowRead More →
  • Getting Around Berlin
    Find out how to walk and get around Berlin, with tips on the best way to get around the city, types of public transport tickets and advice on renting a car. The city of Berlin has a very good public transportation system for those who do not want to rentRead More →
  • Weather in Berlin
    The climate in Berlin can be very different from that in some parts of the country. From June to September, the summer months, the temperatures are not very high, and in winter it is rather cold. So don’t worry if it’s hot when you visit this city in the summer,Read More →

Florence Travel Guide

  • Duomo of Florence Cathedral of Florence
    The Duomo of Florence is one of the main symbols of the Italian city. Duomo means that it is the main church of the city. Duomo is often also synonymous with cathedral (catedralle in Italian). The full name of the Duomo in Florence is Santa Maria del Fiore (Our LadyRead More →
  • Leonardo da Vinci Museum
    The Leonardo da Vinci Museum in Florence, Italy, is a space dedicated to the Italian genius Leonardo da Vinci, one of the most important figures of the High Renaissance. Its history The Leonardo da Vinci Museum is a museum that displays more than 50 machines based on Leonardo da Vinci’sRead More →
  • Gallery of the Academy
    There is so much to see and the Accademia Gallery is one of the must-see attractions in the city of Florence. It’s worth planning to visit this little piece of history in a quiet way, enjoying all that this city has to offer. One of the favorite places for touristsRead More →

Rome Travel Guide

  • The catacombs of Rome
    The catacombs of Rome are ancient underground labyrinths, necropolises where pagans and early Christians buried their dead. Cities of the dead can tell a lot about the living, as they have remained virtually untouched from the outside for centuries, while the city of the living (Rome) has been rebuilt severalRead More →
  • Imperial Forums
    If you’re visiting the capital, it’s almost a must to take a tour of the Imperial Forums to see what remains of the “squares” built by some of the greatest Roman emperors in honor of the grandeur of their empires. Less than a century ago, what today appears to beRead More →
  • St. Peter’s Basilica
    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 →
  • The Sistine Chapel
    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 →
  • The Best Ways To Explore 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 →
  • St. Peter’s Square (Piazza San Pietro)
    The grandiose cathedral, built in the sixteenth century, needed an appropriate setting. The Vatican decided that the poorly planned rectangle of metropolitan land at the foot of the temple should have a more elegant shape. In addition, the road leading from the Apostolic Palace (Palazzi Apostolici) to the basilica hadRead More →

Venice Travel Guide

  • La Fenice Theatre
    For lovers of art and culture, the La Fenice Theatre is a must stop, after all, in addition to being beautiful, it is the scene of breathtaking shows. History of the La Fenice Theatre in Venice Venice’s La Fenice Theater opened in 1792 with an opera performance called I GiochiRead More →
  • Venice Grand Canal
    Venice is an Italian city that is on the route of most people who intend to visit the European country. Today we’re going to talk more about the Grand Canal of Venice, share tips, the best ways to get to know it and much more. What is the Grand CanalRead More →
  • Saint Mark’s Basilica
    The most precious and splendid religious monument in Venice, admired by art experts and tourist crowds from all over the world. Famous for its originality, history, beauty and artistic wealth. St. Mark’s Basilica is a masterpiece of late Byzantine, Romanesque and Gothic architecture in perfect harmony. Its interior is aRead More →
  • St. Mark’s Square
    St. Mark’s Square is considered one of the most beautiful squares in the world, thanks to its unique composition and its architecture combining elements of fantasy and reality. Napoleon, impressed by the harmony of the marble palaces, called it the most beautiful salon in the world and it is theRead More →
  • Rialto Bridge
    The Rialto Bridge is the oldest of the four existing bridges on the Grand Canal and is also the dividing line between the San Marco and San Polo districts. Every year, millions of tourists cross it. The monument is one of the main postcards of Venice, along with the BridgeRead More →
  • Ducal Palace – Doge’s Palace
    One of the greatest symbols of Venice – if not the greatest – is the Ducal Palace, also known as the Doge’s Palace. Considered a true masterpiece of Venetian Gothic architecture. History of the Ducal Palace Doge’s Palace With a history as incredible as its architecture, it began as aRead More →