Known as the heart of Mexico, San Miguel de Allende offers many diverse arts and cultural experiences for women to enjoy.
With a whole world to explore, which UNESCO World Heritage Sites should be on every woman’s must-see list?
London is an art lover’s dream. Art aficionado Maggie Fairs shares her top 5 picks to help you explore these wonderful galleries online.
While the beauty and appeal of the historic capital of Portugal never fails to impress, contemporary Lisbon is home to an ever-emerging range of art and design centers set in hip, refurbished warehouses, walled medieval castles, gothic cathedrals, historic theaters, lively cafes, and intimate tascas.
Contributing writer Sally Peabody shares her favorite Lisbon museums, including the Calouste Gulbenkian including the National Museum of Azulejos, and the Casa Museu Medeiros e Almeida and newer contemporary museums.
At age 69, Sally Peabody took her first trip to Venice, weeks before knee replacement surgery that would halt her travels in their tracks.
Myseum of Toronto has created a virtual tour to celebrate the Toronto’s history and the resilient women who helped build the city.
Located on the southern coast of Puerto Rico, Ponce is often referred to as La Perla del Sur (The Pearl of the South) or La Ciudad de los Leones (City of Lions). It was first discovered in 1692, and is named for Juan Ponce de León y Loayza, the great-grandson of Spanish conquistador Juan Ponce De León.
Morocco is a veritable banquet of colour, beauty, history, traditions and exceptional hospitality. Its major cities offer up a way of life in the medinas and souks that reflect the medieval past in all its vibrant glory.
We’ve compiled a list of 10 female-centered museums that might be fun to check out.