Travel MUSEUMS
  • Tourism in Harvard University

    Visit Harvard University with its architecturally varied buildings, its youthful environment and its stories of lies associated with John Harvard’s statue.

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  • Vajdahunyad Castle in Budapest

    Verosliget is the oldest urban park in the world and it houses a castle that was built in cardboard before it was turned into a museum.

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  • Banamex Cultural Palace Museum

    The palace of an emperor turned hotel and then museum is, without doubt, a touristic landmark worth visiting in Mexico City.

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  • 8 Tips for Visiting Museums

    Follow our advice and make the best out of your visits to museums. Are you ready?

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  • Offerings in Mexico

    In order to live the tradition of All Saints Day offerings in Mexico, you only need to follow DINKtravelers’ advice.

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  • Louvre Museum

    The Louvre was the first museum in the western world and travelers have rated it as one of the best in the world.

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  • The City of Arts and Sciences

    The coexistence between innovation, culture and life is possible at the City of Arts and Sciences, in Valencia, a world that preserves everything that enriches us as humans.

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  • Must-see Attractions in Bogota

    If you have limited time to visit Bogota, plan a visit to Candelaria Neighborhood and the Gold Museum.

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  • Miramar Castle

    Miramar Castle in Italy enchants visitors who stand on its balconies to admire the coast of the Adriatic Sea.

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  • Puebla Cathedral

    The Cathedral of Puebla is a complex and rich building that is an essential part of the Historic Center of the city, considered World Heritage.

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  • Teotenango, Museum and Archaeological Site

    Stimulate your imagination and travel in time by visiting the archaeological site of Teotenango in Tenango del Valle, Mexico.

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  • Take Your Time

    You won’t need more than 4 hours to visit the Palace of Iturbide. Include it as part of a route and make the most out of your visit to Downtown Mexico.

  • Wear the Right Outfit

    The Palace of Iturbide is located at Madero Corridor; so wear comfortable shoes in order to walk the whole street.

  • Choose the Best Hotel Location

    Stay at one of the hotels located in Mexico City’s Historic Downtown. This way you’ll be very close to many touristic attractions.

  • Visit a Historic Museum

    Visit the National Museum of Slavery in Angola. It’s located in the Casa Grande Chapel, the place where slaves were baptized before being shipped to America.

  • Find Art Everywhere

    Visit the National Museum of Fine Arts in Argentina. It has the biggest collection of the country’s Artistic Heritage .

  • Cultural Berlin

    Berlin has 170 museums, but if you’re not a big fan of these sites, at least include the Pergamon Museum in your route.

  • Take Your Time

    Reserve at least 3 hours to visit the Oceanogràfic and 2 hours for the Príncipe Felipe Museum.

  • Enjoy Art for Free

    Visit the contemporary sculpture exhibit in the Paseo del Arte at the Umbracle. Entrance is free.

  • Take Your Time

    When you visit Miramar Castle, apart from seeing the interior of the building, take your time to walk along the ample gardens and their trails.

  • Prepare Your Camera

    From the city of Trieste, take the bus to Miramar Castle. You’ll also have to walk along the coast in order to get there, so have your camera ready.

  • Try Mole from Puebla

    When you visit Puebla you must try its famous mole. Just try to avoid drinking a glass of water when having it because you might get heartburn.

  • Choose the Best Hour

    Avoid visiting the Cathedral of Puebla on Sundays at noon because at that time they’ll have mass services and you won’t be allowed to visit it leisurely.

  • Plan a Route

    The Cathedral of Puebla is located in the city’s downtown, where you’ll find plenty of other monuments. Plan a route before your trip so that you can visit most of them.

  • The Oldest City in America

    Mexico City is the oldest city in America. It was originally called Mexico-Tenochtitlan and it was founded in 1325.

  • Introducing Mexico City

    Until 2016 Mexico City was called Distrito Federal.

  • The City of Palaces

    Mexico City is known as the city of palaces due to the great amount of buildings that are classified as palaces.

  • Countless Museums

    There are 151 known museums in Mexico City. After London, it’s the city with the greatest number of museums in the world.

  • San Angel and the Carmelites

    San Angel was named after the Carmelite convent that was founded in the area and that was dedicated to this saint. Nowadays the convent houses El Carmen Museum.

  • A Huge Architectonic Complex

    The architectonic complex located next to Turia River covers almost two kilometers.

  • The Biggest Aquarium in Europe

    The Oceanogràfic is home to more than 500 marine species. It’s the biggest aquarium in Europe.

  • Introducing the Hemisfèric

    The first area of the City of Arts and Sciences that opened to the public was the Hemisfèric on April 16th 1998.

  • Mexico in Italy

    The Archduke Maximilian of Habsburg, second emperor of Mexico, built Miramar Castle in Trieste.

  • From Castle to Museum

    Nowadays Miramar Castle harbors the Miramar Castle Historic Museum.

  • Historic Memory

    Most rooms in Miramar Castle are still decorated in the same style as when Maximilian of Habsburg lived there.

  • An Unplanned Cathedral

    When the city of Puebla was founded, they didn’t contemplate building a cathedral there, but in Tlaxcala.

  • A Slow Construction That Was Worth It

    The construction of the famous towers of Puebla’s Cathedral took 2 centuries. They’re famous for being the tallest among all Latin cathedrals. They’re 70m tall.

  • An Architect of Many Destinations

    The High Altar found in the Cathedral of Puebla was made by Manuel Tolsa, who also intervened in the construction of the Cathedral of Mexico and the Palace of Mines.