Europe's best pizza baker, Eichstätt in Bavaria is the most liveable town in Germany, the appeal of blue jeans and how the Luminale Festival in Frankfurt is showing the city in a new light.
The Algarve in Portugal
We visit Portugal's beautiful Algarve region in the south of the country, including a stop in Lagos. The area is well known for its wines, its fresh fish and its outdoor activities - so we started out on the water!
The Projection Artists
The RaumZeitPiraten are an audiovisual artists' collective made up of Tobias Daemgen, Jan Ehlen and Moritz Ellerich. This year they're taking part for the first time in the Luminale Festival of lighting culture in Frankfurt.
Denim – Forever in Blue Jeans
Everyone loves denim - from cowboys, teenagers and punks to movie stars, millionaires and presidents. Since the late 19th century, the popularity of denim has remained unsurpassed. Horst A. Friedrichs' "Denim Style" is a collection of photographs taken on the streets of London.
The Best Place to Live in Germany
A recent survey revealed that Eichstätt in Bavaria is the most liveable town in Germany. Home to a population of 13,000, it has the lowest unemployment rate in the country and boasts historic buildings, picturesque surroundings and plenty of cafés.
Europe's Best Pizza Baker
Daniel Favero holds the title of Europe's best pizza baker. He introduced pizzas at his grandfather’s Trattoria Ometto in Carrara on Italy's Adriatic Coast, and he's been making it for customers for five years now. In March of 2014 Daniel Favero was named Europe's best pizza baker. His creation with asparagus, bacon, and tomatoes won over the jury in Hamburg.