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...


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...


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...


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...


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,...


Why the Belgrade Fortress is ranked #1 out of 193 things to do in Belgrade

A place straight out of a history book and a fairy tale, the Belgrade Fortress is considered a must-visit for every traveler in Serbia according to TripAdvisor. Not only do you probably get the best...


Everything you need to know about Vojvodina’s history

Located in the beautiful Novi Sad, the Museum of Vojvodina is the definition of culture and tradition: a cultural institution with long museological tradition, one of the biggest general museums in...


Madame Tussauds Vienna

New year and new partners! We are very proud to tell you that we have a highlight of the Vienna Prater in our repertoire, Madame Tussauds. The world famous waxworks museum comes with a wide range of...


Tropisches Klima in Wien: Palmenhaus Schönbrunn

Das Palmenhaus im Schlosspark Schönbrunn ist ein eindrucksvoller Zeitzeuge der österreichischen Geschichte. Eröffnet 1882 durch Kaiser Franz-Josef I., überlebte es im 2. Weltkrieg Bombenangriffe,...


Family Häschtäg auf dem Dorfe

Auf dem Dorfe - man möge mir die Anlehnung an Gottfried Keller verzeihen. Aber, es klingt so herrlich altertümlich und vor dem geistigen Auge – aus dem Fundus alter Filme – entsteht ein Bild von...