Greece is renowned for its stunning landscapes, beautiful beaches and historic ruins. No wonder that this country is a sought-after destination by most European holidaymakers looking for an adventure in the Mediterranean.
But with so many things to see, and often too little time to do so, it can be overwhelming for a first-time traveller.
Here are some tips to make it an unforgettable holiday.
The medieval streets of Rhodes Old Town echo of a time when the Knights Hospitaller ruled the island of Rhodes.
The Order of the Knights of St. John shaped the old town, that rightfully earned the designation as a UNESCO World Heritage in 1988.
Follow in the Footsteps of the Knights Hospitaller as Jocelyn Garwood discovers Rhodes’ fascinating history and captures its beauty on camera.
Benedictine and Jesuit fathers were the founders of the libraries we appreciate today in Sicily. Carefully, they amassed historic manuscripts, numismatic collections and texts pertaining the history of Sicily through centuries, and when they were kicked to the curb, their bibliographical heritage remained.
The most beautiful libraries are located in their Renaissance or Baroque cradles: in ornate abbeys, monastic schools and Baroque churches.
And one right in the street!
Madrid is one of the best cities to visit museums. They are literally packed with centuries of art, history and science. And while it might be worth to pay the entrance fee there are lots of free options. Here is our take on the best.
And with a nifty calendar, so you can check out what’s worth checking out for free in Madrid today!
Rome is probably the city in Europe where ancient history is the most visible. You can’t stroll through the Forum without tripping over ancient ruins or walk around the historic centre without encountering one imposing antique structure after another.
History is alive here like no other place and defines the Eternal City. And nothing shouts “Roman history” more than these iconic buildings.
The Vikings were adventurous, fearless, ruthless, barbaric, curious, tough. We have many assumptions of these warrior merchants, who continue to fascinate and surprise us.
Follow in the Footsteps of the Vikings in Denmark and discover where to learn more about these bold seafarers.
The History and Mysteries of Europe’s Misericords Part II by Dave Douglas Davis Misericord – or Mercy Seat – is the name of the ledge on the underside of the folding seats in the church’s choir stalls. Often hidden and usually unnoticed, these small seats meant a great deal for monks during their arduous day…