Women’s Trail – 7 places of female legacy in San Francisco

When walking around the city of San Francisco, women’s legacy is not present anywhere, although women had and still contribute tremendously to the city and its citizens. We gathered below a list of places you might encounter when you stroll in San Francisco; each has a story of exceptional women behind it, women who shaped Read more…

Salem: From Witch Trials to Tourism Trails

Less than an hour drive from Boston, the town of Salem offers its visitors an interesting slice of history, mixing gender politics with mysterious tales – the infamous 300 years old Witch Trials. Among the most studied events in Colonial American history, Salem Witch Trials cost 20 people their lives and about 200 people their Read more…

#MadeByWomen Street Art Tour in Cambridge, MA

Central Square is Cambridge’s traditional Downtown, originated in the late 18th century and still a vibrant and cultural area. The public art scene started in the 1980s, when murals and sculptures installed in the area, mostly by male artists. These days, street art is part of the “renewal” process the city center is going through. Read more…

Explore Beacon Hill and Back Bay in Boston

This itinerary is covering a walk in two of the most historic and beautiful neighborhoods in Boston, Beacon Hill and Back Bay. Recommended time: Most of this day is about exploring the city’s streets with occasional indoor stops, so make sure the weather is pleasant or use an Uber or Lyft between the indoor locations. Read more…

Things To Do in Boston on Weekdays after 5 PM

Since many places and museums are closed daily by 5 PM, we gathered some ideas to spend a fun afternoon in the city. Select your chosen activity according to your location and interests, and get the most out of Boston. 1. Self-Guided Tours Explore one of the city’s neighborhoods following a self-guided tour with a Read more…

#MadeByWomen Murals at First Street Green Art Park and Its Area

Not surprising for a diverse urban center, New York City is rich with culture, including street art. While spontaneous, self-motivated artworks are hard to follow – they are the most exciting to keep an eye out for while strolling the streets. As the city is going through various “urban development” projects, the impact of street Read more…

Art and Architecture in the Art District and the Garden District, New Orleans

There are different faces to New Orleans, and although the French Quarter is its most famous tourist destination, there are more to see and explore in the city. Download a pdf format map. This self-guided tour will focus on the galleries and museums in the art district and will continue strolling down the streets, viewing Read more…