Inspire to Be Inspired

The Culture Head Hunter

There are so many things to see in this world that it can be hard to know where to start. Culture lurks around every corner, but it depends on the type that you are looking for. Culture is such a subjective term, and everybody has their own interpretations on it; those who go to New York for a cultural spree wouldn’t necessarily visit the Outback in Australia for a dose, and those who wander over to Paris may be taking in a bit more visually than those who want to get lost in a Finnish forest.


So with all of that in mind, it can be confusing to know where to start. Breaking it down into little sections of culture is the way forward, and can help you centralise your passions and interests.




While America has a relatively short history from when the settlers came over, there is a whole host of stuff to find out beforehand. Native American history spans far further, and it’s waiting to be explored. On the other side of the world, Europe has a whole host of history ready to offer to you, and different countries can provide you with different subsections which have all had their input into how they operate today. If you are travelling within the EU (European Union), you will need to check out the things that you need to know in regards to visas and travel before you get there, and ETIAS News is quite helpful in providing this information – visit the website for all that you need to know. Places of interest within Europe currently include Germany, the United Kingdom, Belgium and Italy for their intertwined yet vastly different histories.



Where to begin with food? Each country has their own national food and dish, even if it is SPAM-related (oh hey Hawaii). Take inspiration from your favourite meals and use that to direct you. If you chomp your way through pasta every single night, why not consider Italy as your cultural destination of choice and see how the professionals make it? It could be a life-changer. Likewise with if you like Chinese food and order in most days of the week, an extended trip to Asia could see you hopping around the Chinese provinces and trying out their delicacies. Compare it to what you eat at home and see if it’s the same.



There are so many museums around the world that it can be hard to know where to begin, but if it’s solely art that you want by revered and internationally-praised artists, France is your best bet – Paris specifically. There are works within museums such as the Louvre which are worth millions, and people take trips specifically to see. Da Vinci’s most famous work, The Mona Lisa, is sat in the Louvre waiting for you to get a selfie with it.



Going places for cultural intellect can be hard to pinpoint, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be done. Switzerland is home to CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, and the world’s largest hadron collider. If you’re a bit of a science geek, this is definitely the place for you – as are the NASA visitor centers which are dotted all over the USA.

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