If you’ve ever been to France, chances are you’ve realized just how amazing the French culinary scene really is. The French are exacting in their tastes, and they’ve had centuries to perfect their cuisine. They’ve even awarded the highest government honors to chefs who prove themselves worthy – just take a peek at the movie Kings of Pastry to get a taste of the high-stakes world of French pastry and confectionary.
It’s common for inexperienced travelers to visit popular cities and capitals as these places are used to tourists, easy to get to, and offer a diverse number of attractions. However, little do they know that off-the-beaten-track small towns are the real gems.
Even though Ireland is now split into Protestant and Catholic factions, the Irish still tend to be very superstitious overall, and there are plenty of places to check out if you’re curious about Ireland’s fantastic history.
Europe’s cities are full of surprises, sprinkled with a great deal of thrilling sights and attractions. This time, I decided to emphasize color. Let’s go on a virtual adventure and discover 10 cities filled with color, where you’ll explore gorgeous, picture-perfect spots.
The third largest city in Sweden, Malmö, is located on the south-east of the country and is ready to welcome you with its one-of-a-kind beauty. The capital of Scania, as it’s also known, the town has an oceanic climate with average temperatures in winter.
The Louvre, the British Museum, the Smithsonian – all these names certainly inspire reverence and fascination. The great museums of history, art, and natural sciences are cultural gold, but what do you call those that highlight sausages, toilet seats, or mini glass bottles? Cultural platinum! Here are 21 European museums that feature some unconventional exhibitions.