It’s often hard to imagine these days that Prague was under communist rule for so long – but this museum gives an insight into those dark days.
One of the greatest fashion icons of the 20th century came from humble beginnings but this museum dedicated to his life is anything but!
There was a time when Nuremberg was the toy capital of the world. Things have changed in the modern era – but you can’t forget the history at this museum.
On an island in the middle of Berlin, this remarkable collection of museums is not just about the amazing collections but about the very idea of culture.
Despite being surrounded by nature, the Austrian city of Bregenz has carved out a reputation as one of the best cultural hubs in the region. Find out why.
Miniatur Wunderland in the German city of Hamburg is the largest model train museum in the world. Check out these photos to see how crazy this place is!
It sounds odd, but this is no porkie. The world’s largest pig museum is right here in Stuttgart, and it certainly hams things up!
It was in Stuttgart that the modern car was ‘born’. Now the museum recognising the creator is looking back… and to the future!
Marshal Tito is a divisive figure in Serbia and the Balkans but there is no denying his impact. To visit his grave in Belgrade is to understand a bit more.