4 Travel Destinations For Art Lovers

For people who are fond of and cherish art, an art stream around the globe is in no way smaller than a pilgrimage. Strolling through the extended art arcades and museums with scarce portraits and illustrations, glancing at artworks from all around the world, yes, this is the dream of every art lover. So here’s a list of 4 cities any art lover is bound to fall in love with.

Paris, France

Paris is an art lover’s paradise and home to some of the most famous museums and art galleries which include majestic ‘The Louvre’ (rest-home of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa), skilled modern galleries (like, Galerie Daniel Templon), divulge beginners (like, La Maison Rough and Modus Art Gallery), and the colourful street art in the neighborhood of Belleville, Paris has art everywhere, and hence makes it to the ‘at least once’ list of every art lover.

Florance, Italy

There is no superior city in the world for Renaissance art than Florance. The city preserves some of the most famous work of Michelangelo, for example, David placed in the Galleria dell’Accademia; the beautiful landmarks where travelers witness artworks like Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and Raphael’s Madonna of the Goldfinch. The city is a complete beauty for the art lovers.

London, England

Some of the most acclaimed museums in London include the Victoria and Albert Museum (which flaunts art from around the globe, which includes, glasswork, ceramics, fashion, everything!), Tate Britain art museum (It showcases the biggest collection of British art, artworks include the ones from the 1500s to present day.), The National Gallery, and National Maritime Museum (dedicated to the artworks related to seas and oceans)

Aarhus, Denmark

Denmark’s one of the biggest and culturally scrambled city, Aarhus is also a delight for the lovers of art from all around the world. A stroll in the lanes of the city will guide you to find an apparently inexhaustible amount of galleries where you can satisfactorily put in hours. The ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, built in 1859, is one of the biggest museums in the north of Europe.

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