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.
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.
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.
Beach ultimate disc-sport, a five-on-five game played with a flying plastic disc, could eventually become an Olympic sport. For now, it's a little-known subculture for its enthusiasts to cherish.
Our series “Gardens of Europe” showcases some of the most gorgeous gardens in Europe. We also wanted to hear about your own green oasis behind your house or on your balcony. Perhaps you won our competition?
The German Protestant Kirchentag is drawing record crowds for the Reformation’s quincentenary. 2017, Martin Luther‘s university town Wittenberg joins Berlin in the spotlight.
London's Tower Bridge with its distinctive bridge towers is a favorite subject for tourist photos. Because of its then revolutionary design, it was celebrated as a world wonder when it was dedicated in 1884.
The Sagrada Família church in Barcelona is a work in progress - and also one of the city's most popular tourist attractions. Construction began in 1882. The church was designed by renowned architect Antoni Gaudí.
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