Experience Afro Cuban culture by browsing art installations and taking in a rumba performance in Callejón de Hamel in Havana, Cuba.
When in Spain, visit Barcelona’s biggest flea market, Encants Vells Market, and browse it’s many special treasures.
Hidden deep in the mountains of Northern Portugal is Restaurant Casa No Campo, serving up regional cuisine in an old barn turned restaurant.
A snapshot in time – view historical photos of the Abundant Life Christian Church in Detroit, Michigan from June 2013.
When in Bucharest, check out the Romanian Kitsch Museum and see more than 200 items of kitsch exhibiting the nation’s history and culture.
While visiting Antwerp, check out the comical Den Deugniet, a statue of a young boy pulling down his pants in a forever full moon pose.
A concrete white curving structure without any right angles, the Kyiv Crematorium is a unique example of Social Modernist architecture.
Visit the Serbian capital’s oldest church, Ružica Church Belgrade, to see two unique chandeliers made from pieces of WW1 weapons.
Visit this dark tourist site, the Brno Ossuary, in Czech Republic to see more than 50,000 skulls and learn about the site’s history.
Experience the massive Petrivka book market in Kyiv, Ukraine. Filled with more than 100,000 titles, this is a must see for any book lovers.
Visit the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade to learn about his fascinating life and take part in interactive exhibitions where you’ll feel like a jedi knight.
Isola di Loreto is a private island in Italy’s Lake Iseo. With a 2 story Neo-Gothic castle, 2 lighthouses, & marina, this fairytale place is a must see.