Hambach Castle in Rhineland-Palatinate lies on the German Wine Route. The medieval castle is a popular tourist attraction and the birthplace of German democracy.
Bulgaria’s capital Sofia is definitely worth a visit. The city certainly has plenty to offer. Its millennia of history reach from ancient ruins to modern-day communist monuments.
The Polish town of Zakopane, sitated amid the High Tatra Mountains, is ideal for skiing and tobogganing. The town is known for its traditional wooden houses and yummy cuisine.
In ‘My little Madrid’, Marcela de la Peña writes all about her home city. In this installment of the Euromaxx extra tour, she takes us around Spain’s capital and reveals insider tips.
Thousands of scooter fans flock to Hungary for the Vespa World Days. Also on the show: Seatrekking -- a land and water adventure. And a festival devoted to Austria's beloved dish Kaiserschmarrn.
Seatrekkers rely solely on their own physical endurance to explore gorgeous coastlines through diving, hiking and swimming. We accompany participants on a 3-day workshop to learn more about their unusual sport.
Every year thousands of Italian scooter fans flock to the Vespa World Days. This time they took place at Lake Balaton in Hungary. Riders came from more than 40 countries -- including a Vespa acrobatic group from Munich.
At a Kaiserschmarrn festival in Tyrol, everything revolves around this Austrian dessert. It's the stuff of legend. Some claim it was created for Empress Elisabeth, known as Sissi. So why is it the Kaiser's 'Schmarrn'?
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