I spent a week pretending to be a traveling artist, and it made me want to quit my day job and live on the road—sort of. (Don’t tell my boss I said that.)
Experience the world, one wrestling match at a time.
Most cities’ museums display fine art or archaeological artifacts: Vegas exhibits neon signs, horror movies, pinball machines, and atomic bombs.
Hidden in a cave and inaccessible to all but the most adventurous travelers, Yemrehana Krestos Church boasts some of the oldest artwork in all of Ethiopia–among other things.
It may be a cliché, but there’s no better advice for visitors to the Eternal City than the old adage, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do.”
All across the globe, guerilla artists have fashioned their homes and gardens into evocative art environments, and many have been preserved as museums and parks.
With over 150 languages spoken among Toronto’s extremely diverse neighborhoods, it comes as no surprise that the global hub encompasses a culturally and creatively diverse art and culinary scene.
This remote art is worth the journey.
Whether you’re here on business or planning a stop while visiting South America, Chile’s capital is all about views and trendy neighborhoods.
Bilbao was long established on the industrial history of its riverfront placement, but when the Nervion River flooded in 1983, it was reimagined as the artistic center of Spanish Basque Country to dreamlike success.