Tag archives for Guggenheim

Venice native Igor Scomparin led tours all over Europe with Globus for a decade before returning home to be a “local host” for Monograms. Now, this tourism industry veteran’s mission is to show the real, authentic Venice to travelers who come to visit his homeland. Here’s a look at the City of Canals, through the ultimate local’s eyes.

Ever drag your kids through a famous architectural building to find them resistant, unappreciative, and underwhelmed? Help now comes from the folks at Lego, which recently unveiled the latest in its Lego Architecture series, the Guggenheim Museum and Fallingwater, both Frank Lloyd Wright designs. Let the kids build it (you may need to help younger…

NYC with Teens

Traveling with tweens and teens to New York? Senior editor Norie Quintos shares some tips and tricks from a recent trip to the Big Apple with her 12- and 14-year-old sons. Limit the number of museums and choose them carefully. Just because there are dozens of world-class museums in the city doesn’t mean you have…