AQVA, Las Edades del Hombre’s 21st exhibition of Castilla y Leon’s religious art and heritage, is in the town of Toro in Zamora, Spain. Catch it until November 2016.
Street art is accessible, affordable (okay, free to look at), and it can liven up any public space. In this post, 21 travelers share what they consider the best cities for street art in Asia.
Street art is gaining attention worldwide, especially for travelers who are into urban culture. Here are 21 best cities for street art in Europe, as recommended by travelers.
Guest contributor Bianca Bauza shares her favorite cities for street art in South America. Read her post if you love street art as well!
If you like street art, you should see the 101 Lost Kittens of George Town in Penang, Malaysia (among other wonderful works of art there) before they’re gone.
Should you ever find yourself in Europe, hunt down these lucky sculptures. Touch them and rub them for good luck!
The Hundertwasser House is a beautifully designed housing project by an Austrian artist. Would you want to live in a cultural heritage like this?
If you find yourself in Prague, visiting the Franz Kafka Museum is a must if only to see this wonderful art installation of two men pissing on Czech Republic.
When you’re in Berlin, make sure to see the street art in Mauerpark, where graffiti artists feel free to be creative on the Berlin Wall.