Brussels, Belgium

Brussels is a city of many cultures and a rich history. But mostly, it is a city for beer and chocolate lovers. So, it is automatically one of my favorite cities. [su_tabs active="1"] [su_tab title="City Tour"] [foogallery id="3768"] [quiz-cat id="5055"] [/su_tab] [su_tab title="Art Nouveau"] Art Nouveau architecture has its roots…

Venice, Italy

Venice was the most picturesque city I have ever been to. Every couple of steps that I took, I was in front of some quaint little building or on a cute little bridge. The city has many styles and a lot of things going on but somehow it all works…

Florence, Italy

Florence may be significantly smaller than Rome but it is definitely the art capital of Italy. Even just walking through the streets, you feel like you are walking through a museum with all of the gorgeous and colorful architecture. (One suggestion though: try to visit during the winter or spring…

Albertina, Vienna, Austria

Beyond the museum's impressive graphic art collection, the Albertina truly guides its guest through the ages of art. The permanent collection guides the viewer from Monet to Picasso. Until January 8, the museum also focuses on pointillism. More specifically, the section focuses on how impressionism led to that art movement…

Dresden, Germany

Dresden is a large city in Germany of about 525,000 citizens (2013). It was mostly destroyed during the Second World War. It wasn’t until the unification of Germany in 1994 that serious reconstruction began. Most of the reconstruction was completed in the early 2000s. The city's biggest claim to fame…