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.
Innsbruck, Austria, is the capital of the Alps, of Tyrol and of winter sports. But it also has architecture both modern and historic, dating back to the Holy Roman Empire. The over 800-year-old city is worth a visit!
In the first days of spring, Mallorca turns into a sea of almond blossom. Euromaxx samples a perfume that captures their delicate fragrance and some tasty local treats made with almonds.
Crete’s mild climate and plentiful sun are magnets for tourists all year round. Chania is a delight for architecture and history buffs or adventurous spirits wanting to horseride or go paragliding.
In honor of the Berlinale Film Festival we asked you to name your favorite movie genre.
Valter Adam Casotto makes sculptures from silicon and rubber, and sometimes also uses his own hair. His work appears in blockbusters like Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, X-Men – and, not least, his own portfolio.
Breakfast is always on the menu here with a variety of options to choose from and an endless supply of coffee. Homesickness made Oliver Miller open his own American Diner in Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg district.
Austrian Arthur Arbesser is the newest star to emerge from Milan's fashion scene. The 34-year-old worked for Armani before he established his own label. DW looks at his latest collection presented at Milan Fashion Week.
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