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...


VIVA ARTE VIVA: Oroundo at “La Biennale di Venezia” 2017

Oroundo is supporting the Enclavia exhibition and working together with the Pavilion of the Republic of Serbia at this years Biennale in Venice! We provided an audioguide for this project, below you...


Journey through Art and History of Vukovar

In the beautifully restored Castle Eltz the Vukovar Municipal Museum is a beacon to history and culture. It features the rich cultural heritage of the Vukovar region since the bronze age and educates...


Dubrovnik: The Secret Star of the Croatian Coast

Dubrovnik is a stunning city and one of the most popular destinations in the Mediterranean and best known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”. Despite a major earthquake in 1665, the Baroque, Gothic,...


The Wolf’s Valley

Also known as the “Wolf’s Valley”, Vucedol is an archaeological site discovered by a director of the Archaeological Museum of Zagreb in 1897. Located on the bank of the Danube River, five...


The Leaning Tower of Pisa

When we think about Pisa we immediately think of the famous Leaning Tower, a monument that has grown in importance over the centuries due to its particular inclination that has attracted the curiosity...


Prague: The hidden heart of Europe

No one could ever dispute the beauty of Prague. What an amazing city. The political, cultural and economical centre of the Czech Republic for over 1,000 years, Prague is now one of the most popular...


Non-Aligned Art at Ludwig Museum Budapest

Non-Aligned Art aims to draw a comprehensive insight of the evolution of the non-conform artistic scenes of former Yugoslavia interlinking them with those of regional neighbours like Poland, Hungary,...