Top 3 Lesser-Known European Museums with Amazing Architecture

European Museums with Amazing Architecture

Many museums are not just amazing places to explore from the inside, but also architectural masterpieces on the outside. Classic examples of iconic European museums would be the Louvre or Guggenheim, but there are also many more lesser-known gems that… Continue Reading

CosmoCaixa: A Little Piece of Rainforest in Barcelona

Rainforest in Barcelona

CosmoCaixa: A Little Piece of Rainforest in Barcelona When you think of Barcelona, you’ll probably imagine Gaudí’s modernist architecture, sunny Barceloneta Beach, or the historic Gothic Quarter. But did you know that there was a little piece of rainforest in Barcelona?… Continue Reading

Paris of the Future: The City gets an Update

Paris of the Future Paris is known for its historic buildings, traditional European architecture, and all-round romantic character. Rightfully so, since the modern metropolis’history dates back to over 2000 years ago. Nonetheless, the city is still developing and constantly updating… Continue Reading

Summer Nights at the Beijing Olympic Green Park

Beijing National Stadium, Olympic Green.

Beijing Olympic Green Park The Beijing Olympic Green is the Olympic park that was constructed for the 2008 Summer Olympics. Do you remember? It’s already been almost 8 years since then. I remember watching the opening ceremony and being really… Continue Reading

Exploring an Abandoned Brewery

Abandoned Brewery

Exploring an Abandoned Brewery The Drie Hoefijzers Brewery or “Brouwhuis” in the Dutch city of Breda is an old brewery. It stopped operating over 10 years ago, back in 2004. I visited the abandoned brewery a little while ago, during… Continue Reading

Barcelona Modernista: Gaudí’s Park Guëll

Park Güell, Barcelona (Spain).

Barcelona: Park Guëll Barcelona’s iconic Park Guëll is a large public city park in Catalonia, Spain. The park’s buildings and gardens were designed by Antoni Gaudí, the most well-known architect of Catalan Modernism. The park was developed between 1900 and 1914 as a… Continue Reading