Art in Europe

Europe Art

Austria Art

AustriaKnown for its historically rich art and culture as well as breathtaking scenery, Austria is the place to go to if you’re looking to find amazing sights both inside and outside the country’s cities.

Belgium Art

BelgiumWhoever said that Belgium is a boring place to be clearly has never set foot in the country. Contrary to popular belief, there is nothing dull about Belgium.

Czech Republic Art

Czech RepublicFor a country that’s joined the international community a bit later than others, the Czech Republic has not been left behind when it came to making its own proud history.

Denmark Art

DenmarkGone are the days when Denmark is remembered for the Danish Vikings that had terrorized the lands of Europe.

France Art

FranceWith more than 80 million visitors every year, France is currently the top tourist destination worldwide.

Germany Art

Dresden SilhouetteGermany: Bewitching Scenes and Captivating CultureGermany is a country that has given so much to the world throughout the years.

Italy Art

Colesseum-ItalyItaly: The Land of Luxury and Landscapes. Italy isn’t too big geographically, but visiting more than 20 regions is going to feel like travelling to different countries, thanks to the fact that each one has its own dialect, collection of architecture, and selection of good food.

Netherlands Art

NetherlandsThere’s never a dull moment in the Netherlands. Being one of the world’s most densely populated countries, it’s impossible not to meet new faces of different kinds every time you step out of your hotel.

Russia Art

RussiaThose who take the extra mile of getting to travel to Russia are never disappointed, no matter how many times they go back to visit.

Spain Art

SpainFor all the stereotype that Spain has gotten as a tourist destination, it certainly has a very diverse society that dedicates itself to a good life filled with sophistication, culture, and arts.

Ukraine Art

UkraineThose who have been to Ukraine know that there’s so much more to see about the country than what you may have heard. It may be a poor country, but its people are rich in heritage, culture, and tradition.

Europe: The Culture and Art Lover’s Destination

When you think of going to Europe, you think of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Tower Bridge of London, the Colosseum of Rome, the Trevi Fountain of Italy, and many other iconic spots you hear about and see in movies. While Europe is all that, it’s also so much more with all the other beautiful places you can go to if you spend enough time in the continent. And with its preserved culture, beautiful infrastructure, and open borders, it’s no wonder why out of the top ten most visited countries all over the world; seven are from Europe, welcoming more than 480 million visitors per year.

Because of its open borders, Europe is largely the product of overlapping cultures, with various cultures mixing together, with a little bit of Roman and religious influence. Much of the world around the Europeans, however, have been inspired artistically, owing to classical, realist, surrealist, and other artistic concepts that are recognized all over the world today. Needless to say, the Europeans are lovers of art.

That’s why, aside from their glorious infrastructure, Europe is also known for having grand collections of both classic and contemporary art, such as The Tate in the UK and the Centre Pompidou in France where the works of the likes of Picasso, Matisse, and other famous personalities of European art history are displayed. Some structures are even sought after for their artistic design, such as the Lascaux Cave and the Renaissance inspired city of Florence. You will see signs of art flowing through every street and corner of every city in every country throughout Europe.

On top of all this are all the great festivals and events that you can take part in and great food to try, and friendly people to have a good time with. If you’re looking for a great culture and arts destination, then Europe is definitely the place to go.

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