Malta may be one of the world's smallest countries, but it’s big on tourism. Each year the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino draw around a million visitors. Walking and diving are especially popular.
Loch Lomond is famed as Scotland’s most beautiful lake. Here, visitors can experience much of what Scotland is known for: scenic countryside, kilts, haggis and whisky.
The best way to experience Amsterdam like a local is on a bicycle. Visitors can ride past the most important sights in the Dutch capital.
The old town of Rennes boasts countless historical landmarks such as 15th century half-timbered buildings and the Saint-Pierre cathedral. At the same time, it’s a young city with a large student population.
Europe’s favorite landmarks: the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Plus: musicians that shake the world: the Russian band Leningrad. And a woman called Babs Kijewski turns the world of fishing on its head.
Markus Lüpertz is one of Germany’s most prominent contemporary artists. Now, the Karlsruhe Center for Art and Media has devoted a major retrospective to his art covering five decades.
Barbara "Babs" Kijewski is a passionate fisherwoman – and a star of the social networks. She posts photos and videos as proof of her biggest fish tales and has made a place for herself in a traditionally man’s world.
The Balearic island of Ibiza is known for its partying and laid-back lifestyle. Hippies discovered it back in the 1970s. Some of them are still living there today.
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