The New York Times has included the city Milan among the top places to go after its opening. On the first month, 20 thousand visitors stood in line to see it. And even today, the Museum of the 20th Century in Milan attracts thousands of tourists who want to see “The Fourth Estate” by Pellizza da Volpedo, Lucio Fontana’s “Neon Structure”, or Umberto Boccioni’s futuristic paintings. Are you ready for a virtual tour with Traveland?
Although today it is no longer the official capital of Myanmar, Yangon remains for most tourists and western travelers the city from which to start visiting the country. Ready to know it a little better?
Bologna’s 7 secrets Did you know that Bologna has 7 secrets? 7 hidden places that visitors hardly notice, 7 details that escape the tourist’s eye, 7 “mysteries” often unknown even to the Bolognese people. It all began with a legend that passed along through word of mouth. With Traveland we went to find them all, […]