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1. Moving through Madrid: Accessible Sightseeing
May 25, 2018

The historical city of Madrid does not have the best reputation when it comes to providing access for the disabled. Holidays here are full of culture and history, but they can also be dotted with snags and complications for wheelchair users. However, things are improving - slowly but surely! Here are my tips for wheelchair-using sightseers in Madrid: what to see and what to bear in mind as you roll around the city. Must-See Sights • Prado Museum – The Prado Museum is one of the most important art galleries in the world. All four floors are accessible via lifts and have a smooth ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Cherrystone Auctions Featured The David Mace Collection Of United States In Its Latest Public Stamp
May 08, 2018

Cherrystone Auctions featured a total of 266 lots from The David Mace Collection Of United States in its latest public philatelic sale. Cherrystone's third public stamp sale this year was hosted on the 24th and 25th of April and the last day will feature lots from The David Mace Collection Of United States only. Cherrystone Auctions had a special treat for philatelic collectors in its latest public stamp sale — The David Mace Collection Of United States. The company hosted a huge live public auction with nearly 1,000 lots in its New York City galleries on 119 West 57th Street on April 24... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. Florence: An Art Student's Paradise
April 18, 2018

Florence is an art hub, offering a variety of impressive galleries. For those studying art and design, an educational visit to the Italian city can offer not only inspiration but also a better understanding of the subject. If you are planning on taking your pupils to Florence, these galleries and museums cannot be missed. Uffizi Gallery Before even beginning to admire the art housed inside the Uffizi Gallery, students will be blown away by the building itself. The architect, Giorgio Vasari, incorporated elaborate details throughout this impressive Renaissance building. The art colle... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Get Your Caffeine Fix in Amsterdam's Best Cafes
April 16, 2018

One of the most artistic cities in Europe, Amsterdam boasts numerous galleries, world-class museums and canals, which evoke the poetic sensitivities of anyone who stops to look at them. But if you are a free spirit who’d rather not go with the flow, you might be more interested in the behind-the-scenes look of Amsterdam its residents enjoy daily. And since coffee drinking is most people’s most ubiquitous activity, your burning question is probably where locals get their daily caffeine fix. Wonder no more, because here is a list of Amsterdam residents’ favourite cafes. Restaurant Koffiehu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Alicante: Golf, Galleries, Gastronomy and More
March 27, 2018

The port city of Alicante on Spain’s Costa Blanca is the perfect destination for golfers looking for culture to complement their putting and driving. The city is not only surrounded by some of the country’s most magnificent courses, but it is also home to fantastic ruins, beaches, museums and markets. The weather in this area of Spain is warm and sunny all year round, and the food is some of the most delicious and traditional to be found anywhere in the country. For Europe’s best cultural golf holidays, Spain, and particularly Alicante, cannot be beaten. The Golf Courses The region o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Paris: The Perfect City for an Art & Design School Trip
January 25, 2018

The romance and beauty of Paris has always proved an irresistible draw to artists, art collectors and historians, making it an obvious choice for teachers looking to bring the works of the great masters to life. Not only does Paris have a fantastic range of museums and galleries that highlight work from across history, but the city itself exudes an atmosphere of genuine creativity. On a school trip, your students will be able to walk streets trodden by Gauguin, Pissarro, Manet, Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec, Cézanne and Matisse, and then see their representations of the city they loved. Design ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. 5 Dutch Art Galleries That You Just Can't Miss
January 19, 2018

Life in the Netherlands is fascinating and ever-stimulating, and there’s so much more to the culture of this corner of Europe than clogs, tulips and bicycles. The country is, of course, especially strongly associated with the art world, having produced such legendary painters as Vincent van Gogh and Rembrandt, while continuing to enjoy a thriving current art scene. So, for a whistle-stop introduction to Dutch art once you have taken advantage of our Netherlands removals service, what are some of the galleries that we would most urge you to visit? 1. Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

8. Baby Boy's Wall Art - Children's Wall Art Prints can Add that Unique Touch for Your Kid's Room!
November 21, 2017

Wall arts have become very popular these days. It’s not that these art works are admired just at the art galleries. Rather, many interior decorator and homeowners are paying a huge importance to add wall arts for their home décor projects, the kind of look and feel such wall art can produce for a home décor is just unmatchable. This might be a big reason why now children's wall art prints are also receiving a great demand out there. If you are looking for the baby boy’s wall art, then you have come to the right place. Selecting of the wall art is also important. You cannot add just any w... (read more)

Author: Brian Wilson

9. Sophisticated Sightseeing in Sliema
October 09, 2017

Whether it’s art galleries you’re after or strolling around amazing churches, the atmospheric coastal town of Sliema offers a wealth of sights for culture aficionados. Unwind while our Malta Airport transfer whisks you away on a pleasant 20-minute drive to the heart of Malta’s culture capital, where you will be able to explore the historic town of Sliema at your own pace. Visit Remarkable Churches Sophisticated travellers will appreciate a wander around one of the many stunning churches that this tiny Catholic country has to offer. The Chapel of Our Lady of Graces is well wort... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. 3 Icons of Milan's Religious Architecture
August 17, 2017

When you think of Milan, you think of art. Everything, from Da Vinci’s masterpiece The Last Supper to cutting-edge modern gadgetry to the stunning plates of food, is created with beauty in mind. This is especially true of the city’s architecture. Walking through the streets busy with cosmopolitans, you’ll pass galleries, monuments and piazzas, all of them spectacular in style. Milan’s real champions, though, are her churches. Here are three of the most magnificent examples that you might spot on your way to your hotel with one of Shuttle Direct’s Milan airport transfers. Basilica of ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Gallery Sur Announce Hotel Package with Hofsas House Hotel
August 07, 2017

Renowned African Stone Sculptor Moses Nyanhongo, Carmel Sculptors Terrie Bennett and Steven Whyte Will be doing Live Sculpture Demonstrations and Displaying their New Works at Devendorf Park and their respective Galleries in Carmel-by-the-Sea Sunday, August 27th, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Additionally, Gallery Sur Supports the all-volunteer Sahwira Fund, to build classrooms at the Maulana School for Orphans in Epworth, Zimbabwe. Now Through August 31st 100% of Proceeds from their ART FOR EDUCATION COLLECTION at http://gallerysur.com/collections/63114/ Will Help 800-plus Orphans. Carmel, CA... (read more)

Author: John Paul

12. 5 Of Andalucía's Most Interesting Art Galleries
July 28, 2017

5 Of Andalucía’s Most Interesting Art Galleries Those who Buy An Apartment In Sotogrande don’t merely gain access to the exceedingly desirable and exclusive urban development of Sotogrande itself, but also to a wealth of often high-brow cultural attractions across the wider autonomous community of Andalucía. Here are just five of the most intriguing to visit. 1 Centro Andaluz De La Fotografía This photographic institution in the fascinating city of Almeria was established in 1992, and followed a pioneering initiative in the first few years of the 1990s that attracted intern... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

13. BIG Sur, SMALL Crowds
July 13, 2017

Big Sur has become a virtual island because of a bridge collapse and a landslide that blocks a huge section of Highway 1. Salinas, CA, July 13, 2017 - Big Sur has become a virtual island because of a bridge collapse and a landslide that blocks a huge section of Highway 1. With the closures, Big Sur has almost stepped back in time, with fewer visitors and cars, quieter and more peaceful. But almost all businesses are open, from restaurants and lodging to galleries and gift shops, which offers the smart traveler a golden opportunity to experience the Big Sur of yesteryear. Book Now... (read more)

Author: John Paul

14. Three Wonderful Walks to Discover in Munich
June 15, 2017

Munich is a wonderful city bursting to the brim with beautiful Bavarian architecture, authentic street cafes and more galleries and museums than you can count. The best method of soaking up as much culture as possible is to take it all in by foot, wandering through the medieval streets at your own pace. These self-guided walks are perfect for the solo traveller who wants to stray off the beaten tourist track. Maximilianstrasse One of Munich’s most popular attractions, this incredible street can take from half an hour to several hours to meander down, as your attention is bound to be ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Cherrystone Auctions Announces Upcoming Auction Sale
May 30, 2017

Cherrystone Auctions, a prominent stamp auction house in New York City, will hold an upcoming auction from June 13-14 at its New York City galleries. Cherrystone states that the auction will feature a total of 1,474 lots of rare stamps, from numerous vendors and estates. According to Cherrystone, the auction will feature stamps from all over the world, with stamps from each country being auctioned off in the following order: the bidding will begin with stamps from the United States, followed by stamps from Austria, then stamps from Belgium, then stamps from France (and colonies), after whi... (read more)

Author: John Doe

16. 5 Of The Best Cologne Art Galleries And Museums
May 26, 2017

There is many a great reason to apply for a Schengen Visa To Germany, but one of the best is undoubtedly the rich culture offered by one of the country’s largest, but also sometimes overlooked cities - Cologne. The below five art galleries and museums help to demonstrate that Cologne has something for art and heritage lovers of every taste. 1 Museum Ludwig This museum of modern art – named after chocolate magnate Peter Ludwig, who contributed 350 modern artworks to its collection – encompasses pop art, abstract and surrealist works from such world-renowned artists as Roy Lichtenst... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

17. Adorable and Affordable: 4 Family Adventures in Europe
May 18, 2017

Travelling with children can sometimes feel like a giant leap of faith. So many things need to go exactly according to plan for the holiday to work out and it only takes one or two ‘spanners in the works’ to completely throw it off kilter. The best approach is to play to the majority’s interests. Dragging children around stately homes and art galleries will generally end in tears (sometimes for the parents and the children!). Yet heading to a heavily themed, obnoxiously over-rated kid’s park may leave you needing a holiday to recover from your holiday! So head for the one universal intere... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Travel Italy by Train: A Disabled-Friendly Itinerary
April 29, 2017

If you’ve dreamed of seeing the ancient wonders of Rome, the galleries of Florence or the canals of Venice but have been told they are not appropriate destinations for ‘disabled holidays’, then our train tour of Italy’s cultural cities is just what you need. Recent clients, for whom I put together an itinerary for a tour of the three cities by train, reported back that the fully accessible Italian train network made the journey wonderfully relaxing as they could sit comfortably and look at beautiful landscapes between cities. And our clients didn’t have to worry about the famous cobb... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. The Canary Islands: Which One Suits You Best?
April 05, 2017

The Canary Islands are a popular holiday destination as they offer the sun, sea and sand that you expect somewhere like the Caribbean, but they are much closer to home. Each of the seven islands has its own personality and fantastic places to visit, so how do you decide between them? Read this handy guide to the Canary Islands to discover which is best suited to your specific interests. Culture Vultures – Tenerife If your idea of a great vacation involves museums, art galleries, impressive architecture and immersing yourself in local culture (and plenty of sun!) then Tenerife is the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Street (and Piste) Art in Courchevel
February 27, 2017

If you spot something strange out on the slopes in Courchevel this season, don’t be alarmed; it’s probably just one of the art installations featured in this year’s L’Art au Sommet exhibition. Held in partnership with Galleries Bartoux, a number of edgy contemporary street artists have installed their work in and around the resort for 2017. You’ll find sculptures of penguins, bears, gorillas and tigers in surprising places around the village as well as installations by Julien Marinetti and Richard Orlinkski, which will be placed on the piste at the top of the Saulire, Chenus and Viz... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Basel for Art Lovers
January 18, 2017

It’s no wonder why Basel is renowned as Switzerland’s “cultural capital” – from the extensive amount of museums and galleries flaunting exceptional exhibitions, to the edgy paint-splattered side streets around every corner – this little city is a creative paradise. Read on to find out why Basel is the perfect Swiss city break for art lovers. My Top Recommendations There’s so much to see and do when it comes to Basel’s thriving art scene that it can be slightly overwhelming when you only have a short space of time to try and squeeze it all in. Try visiting my must-see sights during yo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Visiting Art Galleries While Sitting in a Chair 
August 21, 2016

What started as a casual chat between two bankers who shared an interest in technology, art and dogs, turned into a startup dedicated to enabling people visit art galleries without leaving their home. The subject of their conversation was virtual reality, or VR for short, a new technology using sophisticated 3D goggles that trick our minds to think that we are in a different place. Turning our head left and right, up and down, we do not see the edge of the image but a continuation of the...... (read more)

23. New App Pairs Virtual Reality, Art Galleries
August 19, 2016

One of the greatest achievements of the Internet — the possibility of visiting interesting places using a computer or a smartphone — has been enhanced greatly with the advent of virtual reality technology. An app, designed by the New York City-based startup Woofbert, aims to open virtual doors to world-renowned art galleries. VOA’s George Putic reports.... (read more)

24. France's Beautiful Villages and Their Beautiful Wines
August 05, 2016

Few destinations offer so many different things to see and do than France. From the bustling streets of Paris with its museums, galleries and restaurants to a countryside renowned for its picturesque villages, regional cuisine and hundreds of fine wines, the country is the perfect backdrop for fantastic wine tours. Small Islands of Regional Heritage All across France there are countless small villages, each with its own history and heritage. Since 1982, a society known as Le Plus Beaux Villages de France has maintained a select list of some of the finest examples of French rural cult... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. A Day with Children in Wonderful Barcelona
July 27, 2016

The bustling, exciting city of Barcelona, in the Catalonia region of Spain, is one of the best city breaks you can take when bringing your young children along. With plenty of parks, museums, galleries, and even beaches nearby, it will be hard to find a dull moment during your daytrip into the city. Moreover, most of these activities are free, so there is no need to worry about Barcelona breaking the bank. The only real downside of the multiple things on offer in Barcelona is the potential to get caught up in wanting to do everything or being undecided as to where to go. Over the years, I... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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