Malta may be one of the world's smallest countries, but it’s big on tourism. Each year the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino draw around a million visitors. Walking and diving are especially popular.
Crete’s mild climate and plentiful sun are magnets for tourists all year round. Chania is a delight for architecture and history buffs or adventurous spirits wanting to horseride or go paragliding.
Saint-Étienne used to be best-known for industry, but since being named a UNESCO City of Design in 2010, its arts and design scene has been thriving.
Victoria Beckham's tenth anniversary fashion show in London. Also on the show: The Greek island of Crete has lots to offer, whatever the season. And: A visit to The Gate, a museum opposite Berlin's Brandenburg Gate.
Many tourists in Berlin want to learn about the city’s history and its division. The Checkpoint Charlie Museum gives some idea of the profound consequences the Berlin Wall had on human destinies.
Why not take your dog for a little surf? Or to a museum? Or a health spa? We present five fun activities you might never have thought of doing together with your pooch.
Lakes and rivers are their stage: The performers of the French theater troupe Ilotopie create imaginative worlds with music, dance, fire and light. It even seems as if they can walk on water.
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