Colorful Streets of Leeuwarden – Guide to Leeuwarden’s Street Art

While in some larger cities street art can be sometimes as easy to find as stepping out of your house door and being surrounded by an open-air gallery of painted exposures, it can be quite the opposite in other, usually smaller cities. To discover a piece of street art worth the mentioning can be in such places like searching for the proverbial needle in the haystack. Leeuwarden might be such a relatively smaller place. Too unknown to gain international attention and win street artists for a guest contribution. Nevertheless, Leeuwarden's streets are not completely untouched by creative hands. The street art scene is well-established and even bears a surprise here and there. If you love street arts like we do, you will surely enjoy our Guides to the … (Continue reading)

Colorful Streets of Prague – Complete Guide to Prague’s Street Art

If you want to catch the urban atmosphere of a new place, there is no better way, than roaming the streets and its neighborhoods. Although Prague is an artsy metropole, it can still take quite some time to discover interesting pieces of street art. This city is not as flooded with street art as other big cities like Berlin or Lisbon. However, if you put a little effort in your search, you will be rewarded by marvelous examples of urban arts. This article provides a splendid collection of the most beautiful and notorius street art around Prague. As we still live here, we made it our goal to update this list whenever we spot a new baby. We hope you enjoy the photos and get the chance … (Continue reading)

Abandoned places in Lisbon – Time machine

When we travel, we often come across lots of interesting monuments, buildings, parks and sights. Some may be more maintained than others and usually they're open to everyone for visiting and discovering. If it's a popular destination, there is a high chance that you'll meet other travelers there. And then, on the other hand, there are the less crowded places. Old buildings nobody pays a visit because there is no life anymore, thus no maintenance, no prospects. We believe that every place in the world has abandoned buildings that once used to be well-visited and appreciated hotels, restaurants or important institutions. When we travel, we don't only look forward to visit the common attractions of a place, but more than that share enthusiasm for abandoned places. Picoas graffiti … (Continue reading)