The Best Museums in London

London is one of the world capitals when it comes to art and culture. It’s home to some of the most famous art pieces in the world. And it regularly hosts some amazing exhibitions. There are so many fantastic cultural institutions you can visit there. To make your choice a bit easier, I compiled this list of the best museums in London you should visit during your next trip to that great city.

Tolstoy Moscow Tour: Places linked to Leo Tolstoy in Moscow

St. Basil's Cathedral and Spasskaya tower on Red Square in Moscow in the morning sun

Leo Tolstoy is one of the greatest writers in the world. And both in his life and work, he had a special connection with the Russian capital – Moscow. He conveys the city’s atmosphere and its soul in his novels. This is where his characters live, create, fall in love, dance at the balls and fight on duels. Moreover, the city itself becomes a character in his works. There are still many places linked to Leo Tolstoy in Moscow. Read about them in this Tolstoy Guide through Moscow.

Virtual Museum Visits, Day 3: Monet & The Water Lilies

Claude Monet and his the Water Lilies

Claude Monet is a French painter born in 1840. He started drawing while still in school, first by creating some caricatures of his teachers. Although his father wanted him to get involved in the family business, he was always more interested in art. He decided to pursue that and went to Paris to learn how to paint. There, he met a group of young painters with whom he started to develop a new, and one of the first modern art styles – the Impressionism.

Virtual Museum Visits, Day 1: Johannes Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum

Detail on Vermeer's Milkmaid

Due to our forced home staycations, I decided to start a little project and take you to a different museum each day. We’ll start with a virtual museum visit to the Rijksmuseum and their collection of paintings created by Johannes Vermeer. And, of course, since we should #stayhome, we’re going to do that virtually. They say art is healing. So, let’s try to stress a bit less, and instead of watching the millionth news about COVID-19, enjoy in some art. Johannes Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum Today I’m taking you to one of my favourite museums in Amsterdam, the Rijksmuseum. I’ll…