Ghulam Qadir Shahani wrote into us from Hyderabad in Pakistan and he has aspirations of peaky heights far far away. He wanted to see the highest town in Europe - Davos in the Swiss mountains.
Each year during the World Economic Forum, global attention turns to the small town in the Swiss Alps. We look at Davos beyond the headlines, to the posh winter sports resort with a long history.
This week, political and business leaders will gather at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Meet our team of reporters, presenters and writers that will bring you all the action from the Swiss Alps.
Capitalism is in crisis, says World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab. Despite the spectacular backdrop of the Swiss Alps, social entrepreneurs remind us of the harsh reality of topics like inequality.
Meet star chef Christian Bau, find out how to brew a perfect cup of coffee, learn how to bake an authentic Austrian apple strudel, taste some excellent chianti wines and sample some vegetarian cuisine.
Christian Bau has developed his own cooking style in the 3-star restaurant "Victor’s Fine Dining" in Berg Castle in the Saarland. This top chef loves to combine Japanese food and French haute cuisine.
Coffee has a whole culture of its own. It can be brewed with a hand filter, pressurized or tapped like beer. London-based photographer Horst Friedrichs has put together a coffee-table book focused on coffee’s rituals.
The renowned Residenz coffee house at Vienna’s Schönbrunn Palace is serving up a local specialty: Viennese apple strudel. This variety of apple cake was already popular at the imperial court.
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