If you love art, you can incorporate it into your next vacation. There are many places across the world where you can see unique and incredible art. You can travel throughout the world to Paris, New York, London, Florence, and more, and you will find amazing museums in any of them. You can also travel to lesser-known places to see unique art. Take a look at ideas for your next vacation.

  1. Aarhus, Denmark

Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark, and it has been around since the 8th century. You will see a huge rainbow rising up, which is by Olafur Eliasson and called Your Rainbow Panorama. It is a walkway that encircles the ARoS Art Museum, where you can see Ron Mueck’s Boy sculpture and other Danish art from the 18th century. If you love art, you will find many other museums, including the Moesgaard Museum, The Iceberg, the PS Art gallery, and more.

  1. Brumadinho, Brazil

If you travel to Brumadinho, Brazil, you will find a contemporary art museum called the Instituto Inhotim. It also has a sculpture park in a botanical garden, and it is one of the largest outdoor spaces in the world. In the garden, you can explore 700 works by 60 different artists. The garden is a huge space that you can spend a lot of time in, and you will find places to eat while you are there.

  1. Cape Town, South Africa

The world’s largest contemporary African art museum is located here. It is the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, and it is often called Zeitz MOCAA. The museum is made from a Grain SIlo complex, and the inside looks like an abstract concrete and glass structure. In addition to this museum, you can visit the Goodman Gallery, Stevenson Gallery, SMAC, and more. You will also find a great deal of public art scattered throughout the town.

  1. Collioure, France

Henri Matisse believed that the quality of the light in Collioure is magical. This is an ancient fishing town on the French Mediterranean, located 15 miles from Spain. It has a small harbor that is covered in brilliant sunlight, and you can see the 13th-century castle, along with many pastel buildings by the water. You can visit the Maison du Fauvism and enjoy the restaurants along the street.