Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci Museum- tickets, prices, discounts, what to expect

Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci Museum

The Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology, provides intriguing exhibitions highlighting the past and present of European engineering and science. Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum opened its doors in 1953 and is one of Europe’s biggest scientific and technology museums.  Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci … Read more

Universal Studios Hollywood – tickets, prices, free entry, Express Pass

Universal Studios Hollywood

Universal Studios Hollywood is a film studio and a movie-based theme park that attracts almost 10 million visitors annually. Both adults and kids enjoy thrilling rides, live-action effects, shows, musical performances, etc., at this Los Angeles attraction.  In this article, we share everything you must know before purchasing your Universal Studios Hollywood tickets.  Universal Studios … Read more

MoMA or The Met – which is a better Museum?

MOMA or The Met Museum

Many tourists in New York end up asking, “MoMA or The Met”? Well, if you are an art lover we recommend you visit both the Museums. However, if you don’t have the time, budget, or inclination to visit both the art Museums, check out our analysis of MoMA vs The Met. Is MoMA the same … Read more

Lobkowicz Palace tickets

Lobkowicz Palace

The Lobkowicz Palace, built in the mid-16th century, is one of the most significant historical monuments in the Czech Republic. Prague Lobkowicz Palace is the only privately held building in the Prague Castle complex, which houses the Lobkowicz Collections and Museum. Lobkowicz Palace in Prague Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that welcomes over … Read more

Museum of Senses tickets

Museum of Senses

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to lie on a bed with hundreds of nails and no blood gushing out?  Have you ever considered changing your height in a matter of seconds?  You can witness such wonders at the Museum of Senses in Prague. When you enter the Muzeum smyslu Prague, forget … Read more

Graffiti Museum tickets

Graffiti Museum

Introduction The Museum of Graffiti, located in the heart of Miami’s graffiti culture, is a fantastic place to learn about the evolution of graffiti. Graffiti Museum is the world’s first museum dedicated to graffiti, established in the 1970s.  Graffiti is a new art form that arose in American communities when children began to paint and … Read more

World War 2 Museum

World War 2 Museum is a place filled with narratives etched out of heroism, sacrifice, responsibility, plea, and struggle for liberation, which brings into light the American experience of “war that changed the world.”  The Museum of World War II was opened on June 6th, 2000, on the 56th anniversary of Operation Overlord, also known … Read more

Villa Necchi Campiglio

Villa Necchi Campiglio

The aristocratic Villa Necchi Campiglio preserves the affluent interwar Milanese high society. Guests can enter a work of art and enjoy the tranquil, timeless beauty of an Italian aristocratic palace from the 1930s at Villa Necchi Campiglio Milano. Villa Necchi Campiglio is one of numerous FAI-Fondo Ambiente Italiano properties that acts as a scenic backdrop … Read more

Vienna’s Giant Ferris Wheel

Vienna's Giant Ferris Wheel

Introduction  The renowned Giant Ferris Wheel is an iconic sight in Vienna that serves as the Wurstelprater’s emblem.  Every year, thousands of visitors from around the world gather here to see its distant silhouette. The Giant Ferris Wheel was built in 1896 by Englishmen Basset and Hitchins to celebrate the 50th jubilee of Emperor Franz … Read more

Sforza Castle

Sforza Castle

Castello Sforzesco is an unusual landmark that houses several specialized museums and historical artifacts. Sforza Castle, originally a Visconti castle, later became the residence of the Sforzas (the city’s rulers). Sforzas converted it into a beautiful ducal castle decorated by some of the great artists of that time, including Donato Bramante and Leonardo da Vinci. … Read more

Casa Mila or Casa Batllo

Being Gaudi fans, we can’t have a favourite amongst his creations. For us, both Casa Batllo or Casa Mila are the same. But then, you do need your answer. So here are our thoughts –If time and money is NOT a concern, we suggest you see both. Casa Mila and Casa Batllo are only 700 … Read more