Jean Cocteau was invited to paint a mural in the living room and ended up covering the whole villa
From the Old Masters to contemporary talents, you are sure to find your ultimate trip here.
Visit Picasso’s Home In Nice
This whirlwind tour of the French Riviera will take you to the Château Grimaldi in Antibes, which was once the home of Picasso and is now the Picasso Museum. You can also visit the former home of Renoir, where he lived for the last 12 years of his life. And if you are still hankering to see more art, you can visit the Maeght Foundation, which features one of largest collections of 20th century art in Europe, as well as the Chagall and Matisse museums. But before you leave you need to visit the Villa Santo Sospir where Jean Cocteau was invited to paint a mural in the living room, and he ended up covering the whole villa in frescoes.
You’ll Need: Six Days
Use the Hotel Adlon Kempinski as your base, then let your guide take you on a tour of some of the city’s most unique galleries. You will also have the chance to visit Boros in Berlin-Mitte, which is a converted bunker that has more than 80 rooms filled with the works of renowned international artists. And you’ll also get a private after hours tour of the Neues Museum, which means that no-one will interrupt your viewing of the 3,400-year-old-bust of the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti, the Papyrus Collection and the Classical Antiquities Collection.
You’ll Need: Five Days
Visit Artists’ Studios In Sydney
Head to Sydney during May or June for Vivid Sydney and you can enjoy this exclusive art tour. Leave your luggage at the Langham hotel, then let your guide take you behind the scenes of the Vivid Sydney festival and be given the chance to meet the performers and visit the artist’s studios and workshops. Next head to the artists’ hub of Bellingen before taking an art class at Byron Bay Art Centre.
You’ll Need: Nine Days