15 Works of Latte Art Too Beautiful To Drink

Latte art is more than a process of pouring steamed milk into a shot of espresso – it’s an actual art! Any barista can make a latte, but not every coffee shop worker can draw a teddy bear into a tiny cup of super hot coffee and foam.

Like with every other art form, there are varying degrees of difficulty, creativity, and talent that go into latte art, but some of the best works of latte art are so incredible and beautiful that you won’t want to drink them! Read on for 15 Works of Latte Art Too Beautiful to Drink From Around the World:

1. Matcha Green Tea Latte from Moore Coffee Shop in Seattle, Washington

Latte art from Moore Coffee Shop in Seattle, Washington

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15 Colorful Reasons to Visit Spain this Summer

Red may be the color most closely associated with Spain, but it’s not the only color you’ll see on the streets and in the villages of this beautiful country.

From tiles to flowers, cathedrals to produce markets, Spain is full of vivid colors that will transport you to a rich culture centered on food, wine, and sensational festivals. Here’s a glimpse of the brilliant colors you can expect should you visit Spain!

1. The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain

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2. Street festival in Ronda, Spain

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3. Stained glass at La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain

Trover photo by Pavi Thomas

 

4. Júzcar, aka “Smurftown,” Spain

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5. The Concurs de Castells de Tarragona competition in Tarragona, Spain

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6. Belmond La Residencia in Deià, Spain

Trover photo by Michaela Balazsova

 

7. Street art in the Gràcia neighborhood of Barcelona, Spain

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8. Colorful row houses in Villajoyosa, Spain

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9. Tiled bench in the Gaudi-designed Park Güell in Barcelona, Spain

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10. Fresh produce at the Mercado de San Miguel in Madrid, Spain

Trover photo by David Wildridge

 

11. Stained glass at the Basílica de Santa Maria del Pi in Barcelona, Spain

Trover photo by Vincent Ramundo

 

12. Hotel San Gill in Seville, Spain

Trover photo by Nataliya Trikur

 

13. Gaudi-designed Casa Batlló in Barcelona, Spain

Trover photo by Stephan Popescu

 

14. Colorful gardens competing in the Cordoba Patio Festival in Cordoba, Spain

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15. Streets decorated for Festa Major de Gràcia in Gràcia, Barcelona, Spain

Trover photo by Jessica Bowler

 

Need more reasons to visit Spain this summer? Check out the full list of beautiful vivid colors across Spain here, and don’t forget to share your own photos of colorful Spain on Trover!

Striking Sculptures

What sculptures a city or town chooses to display as public art can be a window into their identity. From classic Parisian busts to Seattle’s modern sculpture parks, these striking works of art will inspire you to a take a moment to contemplate art and what it means for a city’s civic pride. Your own private viewing awaits.

Rodin Museum, Paris, France

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Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, WA

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Umlauf Sculpture Gardens, Austin, TX

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Storm King Art Center, Orange County, NY

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Platja de la Barceloneta, Barcelona, Spain

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Cloud Gate, Grant Park, Chicago, IL

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Still have some time for more artistic endeavors? Find some of the best art from around the world  in our Art From Around The World List. Need more artistic inspiration? Find the best art around the world at Trover.com.

11 Things You Haven’t Done in Barcelona

Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and one of the world’s most popular destinations. Here’s a list of 11 out-of-the-ordinary things to do in this vivacious and unique city.

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1. Spent a day at the Labyrinth Park of Horta–one of Barcelona’s oldest historical gardens.Parque del Laberint d'Horata

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11 cosas que no has hecho en Barcelona

Barcelona es la segunda ciudad más grande en toda España y uno de los destinos más populares en todo el mundo. Aquí tenemos una lista de 11 actividades imprescindibles en esta ciudad viva y única.

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1. Pasar el día en el Parque del Laberint d’Horta–uno de los jardines más antiguos de Barcelona.Parque del Laberint d'Horata

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