In this edition: European fashions, the largest swing festival on the continent, a new artwork in London, a palace festival in Bavaria and picturesque Norway.
Katharina Fritsch - Trafalgar Square
Katharina Fritsch will be exhibiting one of her artworks, a blue cockerel, on Trafalgar Square from July 25th 2013 for one year.
Thurn and Taxis Palace Festival
The Thurn and Taxis palace festival in Regensburg attracts as many as 30,000 visitors a year and is one of Germany's biggest open-air festivals. For ten days, Gloria von Thurn und Taxis opens the doors of her home for an event that is unique in Europe.
One of Norway’s most popular tourist excursions, "Norway in a Nutshell," starts in the north-western city of Bergen: it's a nine hour trip by rail and ferry from the flat coast into the mountains via some of the country's most spectacular fjords.
Biggest Swing Festival in the World
Every summer, the village of Herräng in the east of Sweden becomes the venue for the world's biggest swing festival. For five weeks, thousands of visitors from all over the world will be dancing swing and its Afro-American counterpart, lindy hop, in the village, which nornally has only 400 residents.
We check out the fashion scene in three different European cities.