4 Reasons to Check out Stephansdom in the Heart of Vienna

Stephansdom is a world famous cultural heritage site and monument that stands up confidently to international comparison. The UNESCO has named the historic centre of Vienna a “World Heritage...


Small but Mighty: Sibenik City Museum

The Šibenik City Museum is a complex type of museum, and consists of archeological, cultural-historic and ethnographic departments. Its duties consist of collecting, taking care of, elaborating and...


Why you need to experience culture in Zagreb

Few places in the world offer the same appeal of Croatia and in particular, the variety and culture of Zagreb. Although Croatia is best known for a stunning coastline with pristine waters and idyllic...


Madame Tussauds Wien & Oroundo

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Why you should visit Šibenik City

Šibenik is a city with a population of about 46,000 in Croatia, in northern Dalmatia. It's most famous for its Saint James Cathedral, which is on the UNESCO World heritage list. Almost a trademark of...


Split: Where City, Sea and Rural Life meet

The second largest city in Croatia, as well as the largest region in Dalmatia, Split is an enticing travel destination with fine beaches, historical landmarks, museums, art galleries, and natural...


Zadar: Relics of the past and wonders of the future

The oldest city in Croatia and heavily influenced during Roman colonization, Zadar is an awe inspiring city with ample attractions. From early evidence of life back in the Stone Age to the...


Yogyakarta: Indonesia’s perfect introduction

Travellers from across the world have begun to descend in their droves on South East Asia in recent years, with the favourite locations being those that were seemingly undiscovered previously. Due to...


Wine, fish and ships: Pula

Pula may be eighth amongst the largest cities in Croatia but it is certainly leading the way in terms of having such a rich culture. Renowned for winemaking, shipbuilding, and fishing, the culture of...


Who was Marie Tussaud?

More than 500 million people have visited a Madame Tussauds wax museum since the first one was founded in 1835 in London. Who is responsible for this phenomenon and where did the idea to open a museum...