Napoleon Bonaparte made Italy's third-largest island famous when he had to abdicate the French throne and was exiled to Elba. But the island has more to offer than its history - it boasts beautiful beaches and bays.
Eating lunch in Italy's Bolgheri wine country, it is not hard to understand why the number of international visitors to this bucolic corner of Tuscany has doubled in five years.
In the 19th century, Napoleon Bonaparte made Italy's third-largest island famous when he had to abdicate the French throne and was exiled to Elba. But the island has more to offer than its history - it boasts beautiful beaches and secluded bays.
The residents of the Italian island of Elba love seafood. Luciano Casini has owned the "Il Chiasso" restaurant in the town of Capoliveri since 1972. On today's edition of Euromaxx, Casini prepares an octopus soup.
The Lumière Festival lights up London. Plus: How Melania Trump's hometown is cashing in on her Slovenian roots. And: Celebrating German painter Georg Baselitz as he turns eighty.
They may have perished but they're still cherished: Asnières-sur-Seine near Paris is home to the world’s oldest pet cemetery. Opened in 1899, it's the final resting place of dogs, cats, rabbits and even a lion.
Georg Baselitz is viewed as one of the greatest living painters. For his 80th birthday, Basel's Fondation Beyeler is staging a major retrospective that shows the artist has lost none of his dynamism.
The Lumière Festival of Light is bedazzling the British capital. Come nightfall, more than 50 works of art turn the city into a nocturnal art exhibition, offering a fresh perspective of renowned streets and landmarks.
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