The little fountain of Manneken-Pis in Brussels is visited every year by thousands of tourists. It is the background of pictures, inspiration for artists and part or the popular culture of the city. But not only the statuette offers a great attraction, its wardrobe, is on its own, something to admire.
Author: Aida Loy
Bruges, in Belgium, has been a touristic town for more than a century. But under all the picturesque streets, the canals, beer breweries and other touristic attractions, lies a city with a rich history. A heritage that lives in every corner of this city. With three UNESCO listings, one can’t stop asking, what is so special about Bruges?
In the northern Spanish region of Asturias they have some raised granaries that are more than simple granaries
While in lockdown we need to find new ways to discover and enjoy the heritage around us. Investigating the story of our cities is a nice way of doing so
In the city of Leiden the walls of the buildings are part of the heritage of the city. And not only because the buildings but because what is painted on them.
Christmas is a time full of traditions that change from place to place. And this is not different for who brings the presents.
The 20th century was a convulsed time for Spanish society. It affected, and still does, its art and cultural heritage.
Cycling is part of the daily routine in the Netherlands. So, this way of moving has taken over the way of access heritage as well. The Roman limes are visitable in the Netherlands following a 200km long bike lane.
Intangible Heritage is, many times, hard to find still in use. In Asturias (Spain) it is really present when the festivities happen.
Travelling and visiting museums and archaeological sites is complicated nowadays. But internet offer us several options, created by specialists so we can enjoy these wonders without leaving the safety of our houses