Visit this dark tourist site, the Brno Ossuary, in Czechia to see more than 50,000 skulls and learn about the site’s history.
Visitors often wonder just why there’s a 2-meter high bronze Ronald Reagan statue in Budapest? Find out how it got there.
Montagne De Bueren is one of the world’s most “extreme” staircases. With a 30% incline and 374 steps, scaling this staircase is no easy feat.
Gifted by Germany on the 25th anniversary of reunification, you’ll find a bit of the Berlin Wall in Reykjavik Iceland.
The Monument to the Unknown Bureaucrat in Reykjavik is a satirical take on the numerous bureaucrats who keep the country running.
Venture to parts of the city where there aren’t so many tourists to experience these five unusual places in Berlin.
When in Budapest, visit The Hospital In The Rock Nuclear Bunker Museum to learn the history of this former top-secret location.
10-Z Nuclear Shelter in Brno was once a top secret nuclear bunker for the Soviets. Now it’s a hostel, bar, and a historical place to tour.
See some fun (and creepy!) throwback photos from a Toronto zombie walk, Ready, Set, Die that took place back in 2014.
The Unvertical House, also known as the Drunken House, in Sopot, Poland looks like it was constructed by someone under the influence.