Go to one of these destinations to indulge your passion for art. Bury yourself in a museum, visit galleries galore, take photos and marvel at the artistic diversity.
Berlin is a mecca for artists with over 400 galleries. If it’s a combination of art and history you’re after, you won’t be disappointed.
For instance, the Haus Am Waldsee is located inside a 95-year-old mansion and Sammlung Boros inside a converted World War II bunker. You can also visit an ensemble of five world-renowned museums at Museum Island.
Mexico City, Mexico
In Mexico City, you will find ancient Aztec artifacts and contemporary cutting-edge art. You will experience vibrant murals, eclectic architecture and amazing food. Visit more than 150 museums and see the street art in Coyoacán, where Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo once lived.
This town in the West Texas desert is an artist’s haven. At the heart is the Chinati Foundation. This contemporary art museum, located on 340 acres of land, contains many large-scale installations with an emphasis on works in which art and the surrounding landscape is linked. See how the wild west and avant-garde meet in artworks and other galleries around the town.