Each year during the World Economic Forum, global attention turns to the small town in the Swiss Alps. We look at Davos beyond the headlines, to the posh winter sports resort with a long history.
Why Martin Suter has brought a small pink elephant to life for his latest book. Also: cool art from Italy. A visit to an ice cream university near Bologna. And the winter sports resort of Davos.
The region of Engadin in eastern Switzerland offers skiers and snowboarders some of the best slopes in the world. It’s also where St. Moritz, one of Europe's most exclusive ski resorts, is located.
Every year, the world’s business elite descend on Davos for the World Economic Summit. But this small, sophisticated village situated in the Swiss Alps isn’t just for business deals. It’s also where some of the Europe’s best skiing and snowboarding takes place.
Max Merrill is a new face of Euromaxx and will present the programme in English and German. After starting his career at the BBC, he joined DW as a sports reporter in September 2016 and regularly appears on DW News.
For fashion designers of mixed ethnic backgrounds, there's a big takeaway in the sartorial clash of cultures. That's something Berlin designers Sasa Kovacevic of Serbia and William Fan of China know from their own experience.
Some things taste best when it’s cold out – especially during the holiday season. The 'Schwarze Heidi' fondue chalet in Berlin is only open from November to February, when guests cram in to enjoy a classic Swiss fondue.
Belfast is the birthplace of the Titanic and a host of other attractions. For years, the Northern Ireland conflict known as 'the Troubles' kept visitors at bay. Tourism has picked up since the 1998 peace deal.
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