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.
Russia's summer vacationers are setting their sights on a tiny Bulgarian town along the Black Sea. Many local residents welcome the visitors and the rubles they bring. Others are more skeptical.
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 intriguing Voynich manuscript. Also on the show: Kunsthaus Bregenz devotes a show to architect Peter Zumthor, and a tour though the Sicilian capital, Palermo.
Kay Palapies from Hamburg loves rainy days. He specializes in puddlegrams -- photos that capture reflections in puddles and are then posted on Instagram. He offers new perspectives on famous landmarks.
The Sicilian capital, Palermo, is lively, colorful and diverse. Tour through the city and see historic buildings, traffic chaos, and breathtaking views of the Mediterranean.
Curfboards make riders feel that they're surfing on the street or snowboarding on asphalt. This revolutionary new skateboard was invented by Stephan Augustin from Munich.
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