• Berlin – Berlin has some of the finest museums in the world spanning across al genres. There is the Gemaldegalerie, which is the equivalent of the Louvre and holds a collection of works dating back to the 13th century. Another neat museum is the Pergamon, which was built in 1930 and contains reconstructed temples from different civilizations including Greece and Sumer. More information on Berlin city breaks.

 

  • Paris – You can’t get any better than Paris, which holds the world’s largest museum in the Louvre. Its breaktaking art collections along with the outer glass pyramid are a sight to behold. When the Mona Lisa and armless Roman statues scream at you, you better respond back! More information on Paris short breaks.

 

  • Madrid – Spain’s flamboyant capital is home to more than 100 private art galleries and a slew of international masterpieces in the Prado and the Theissen. The Palacio Royal is another museum where you could see Spanish weapons collections from Carlos V’ reign. More information on Madrid city breaks.

 

  • Rome – The world’s finest past civilization, the Rome of today boosts countless museums both large and small including the Vatican Museum with its Renaissance painting and sculpture rooms along with ethnological art from around the globe. Don’t forget the Borghese Gallery and the ancient Roman themed Massimo Palace as well. More information on Rome city breaks.

 

  • Florence – This majestic Italian city is home to the Uffizi, one of the world’s most prestigious art galleries. It has extensive Roman and Greek collections with tons of rooms. Be sure to divide your time wisely! More information onFlorence city breaks.