- The Groeninge Museum, Bruges
Add: Dijver 12, 8000 Brugge, Belgium
For those who love art in Bruges, the Groeninge Museum is perfect for experiencing the mesmerising collection of art work from Belgium and the Netherlands as well, dating from the 18th Century. The Groeninge Museum displays an eclectic mix of historic paintings including post-1945 pieces. Visiting the gallery can give you a valuable insight into the city’s artistic culture.
- The Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
Add: Museumplein 6, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, Netherlands
When you visit the city of tulips, you can’t miss this. The city Amsterdam presents one of its most widely-known national treasures – Van Gogh, in a museum that was dedicated to his life and work. The Van Gogh Museum is complimented by other 19th Century artists as well as contemporaries of Van Gogh. This museum holds an extensive collection of Van Gogh’s work at various stages across his paiting career. Whether you’re a newbie to the world of art or you’re familiar with Van Gogh’s work, this is a place everyone will highly appreciate.
- The National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome
Add: Viale delle Belle Arti, 131, 00197 Roma, Italy
This is exactly modern art in an ancient city. The National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of Rome was founded in 1883 and prides itself on maintaining a contemporary standing. The gallery is home to some of the 20th Century’s greatest artists such as Dutch painter Mondrian and many of Italy’s finest.
- East Side Gallery, Berlin Wall
Add: Mühlenstraße, 10243 Berlin, Germany
After the fall of the Berlin Wall, in 1990, 118 artists gathered from across the world to transform the remaining section into an open-air gallery with more than 100 paintings. The East Side Gallery in Berlin helps you to take in the location’s historic importance and viewing the wonderful artwork that commemorates the location. After being neglected in the 1990s, refurbishment and restoration has just been completed, making it better than ever.