Art

Gefion Fountain Copenhagen Europe Norse Mythology Denmark Travel Guide
Copenhagen Denmark Travel Guide

Gefion Fountain: Tales of Mythology in Copenhagen

If you want a city break where you can walk and explore with a coffee in your hand, Copenhagen is perfect. There is so much for you to explore that if you went by public transport you would miss. During my short stay in the city I did a self-guided tour with Around, which took […]

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The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen statue Copenhagen Harbour Travel Guide
Copenhagen Denmark Travel Guide

The Little Mermaid: Copenhagen’s Seaside Jewel

The Little Mermaid is one of Copenhagen’s most iconic tourist attractions, and is a tribute to Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairytale by the same name. Everyone I know who has been to Copenhagen has visited the Little Mermaid, and almost all of them have felt disappointed by the statue. But I am all for forming […]

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Monet Immersive Experience Giverny Bridge
England London Travel Guide

Monet: The Immersive Experience

There seems to be a growing trend in Immersive Art Experiences across London. Starting with the Van Gogh Experience, more and more of these experiences are cropping up for limited periods. It’s no surprise, with technology growing it breathes new life into famous artworks, and gives a new way of engaging with it. I will confess, […]

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Balloon Museum Popup London Carefree Joy
England Europe London Travel Guide

The Balloon Museum: Emotion Air London

There’s no hiding the fact I love the weird and wonderful, especially when it comes to museums. Check out my trip to the Phallological Museum in Reykjavik for a prime example. So when I got invited to the pop-up Balloon Museum in London I thought I had to go. Located in Billingsgate, this museum contains […]

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The Rainbow Road in Reykjavik Iceland, painted as the LGBT Flag for pride
Iceland Reykjavik Travel Guide

Reykjavik’s Rainbow Street: Instagram-worthy moments in Iceland

Back in 2015, the city of Reykjavik decided to paint one of its streets a rainbow to celebrate Reykjavik Gay Pride which started in 1999. Since then the festival has grown and attracts up to 100,000 visitors each year. The now-named Rainbow Street is painted year-round, with many stopping to pose and have their photos […]

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