The blooming bulbs and tulips make Amsterdam one of the most picturesque European cities. Amsterdam is one of the most visited cities in the world. It is not just known for its beautiful canal network and the happening cultural scene, it is also known for its museums which attract thousands of tourists from across the world. Home to more than 400 museums, a visit to Amsterdam can be enlightening and inspiring on so many levels. You don’t have to visit all 400 museums as we’ve rounded up must-visit museums for you. Continue reading Museums To Visit In Amsterdam
If you are planning a trip to Switzerland, then it is incomplete without a stop at the Rhine Falls, Europe’s largest waterfalls and a major tourist attraction. It’s a surreal experience to see the roaring gush of water hurling down with some much of force. The immense quantity of water and the powerful imagery that it creates will leave you in awe. From Zurich, you can take a one-hour train to the Rhine Falls or a 25-minute train ride from Winterthur. Continue reading Rhine Falls: Things to Know Before You Visit
The Acropolis Museum in Athens welcomes thousands of history buffs every year and fascinates them with dazzling displays of the exquisite surviving treasures of Acropolis of Athens. It has now become one of the must-visit places for travellers exploring Greece.