Isola di Loreto is a private island in Italy’s Lake Iseo. This must see place has a 2 story Neo-Gothic castle, lighthouses, & more.
When in Venice, stop at bookstore, Libreria Acqua Alta. See books packed into boats, the resident cats, a staircase made from books & more.
If you’re looking for a weird and offbeat to do when you’re visiting Germany, consider paying a visit to the German Salt Museum in Lüneburg.
When in Budapest, visit The Hospital In The Rock Nuclear Bunker Museum to learn the history of this former top-secret location.
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.
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.
At the Plac Nowy Jewish Market in Krakow, Poland you’ll find all sorts of bizarre items like underwear, furry hats, and even, horse meat.
Visitors often wonder just why there’s a 2-meter high bronze Ronald Reagan statue in Budapest? Find out how it got there.
Are you looking for something to do in Brno, Czech Republic that’s a wee bit off the beaten path? Then pay a visit to see the Brno Dragon.
Go to the Museum Of Toilet History in Kyiv to learn about the toilet, take in art, & see the world’s largest collection of toilet souvenirs.
The long celebrated tradition of rolling out the beautiful floral carpet in Brussels lasts only five days but involves months of planning.
Go deep underground on a journey to “Middle Earth” to see the Wieliczka Salt Mine in Poland, which includes a cathedral made entirely of salt.