Bologna boasts fabulous food and architecture and the oldest university in Europe. It’s been dubbed “fat, learned and red”. The red could refer to the terracotta bricks or its socialist leanings.
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.
A sea of flowers: Florists decorated Brussels' city hall with more than 100,000 flowers. Also on the show: the Petrolettes female-only biker festival and a city made of cardboard.
Fleet fingers are needed to play Morra, among the world's oldest games. Teams from 14 countries came to the Mediterranean island of Corsica to compete in the world championships. Euromaxx reporter Meike Krüger was there.
Christophe Guinet - alias Monsieur Plant - creates humorous artworks with plants. For his latest installation "Tree Hug" he made plaster casts of people's arms, covered them with moss and attached them to trees.
Ugly sandals are this summer's big footwear trend. They feature chunky soles, a wide footbed and practical velcro closures. Are they beautiful or awful?
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