They’ve been riding motorbikes for over ten years and aren't afraid of any terrain. Defying clichés, they travel across Europe to discover new landscapes and populations. Portrait of a woman who can't be stopped.
What was once a working-class neighbourhood called 'Red Wedding' is now a booming and culturally diverse area. Compared to other Berlin neighbourhoods, Wedding is relatively untouched by gentrification, making it one of the city's most authentic areas. The true spirit of Berlin is still alive here. Here's why, in a nutshell.
With the sweltering heat that is hitting Europe this summer, it’s amazing the nudist community hasn’t grown. In fact, it’s shrinking. But amidst the decline, one sports club in Berlin has managed to attract nudists with their activities. This is what it’s like to play volleyball naked.
Montmartre is fighting hard to prove that it is more than just a tourist attraction. Despite the intense gentrification and millions of visitors, inhabitants seem generally content with their district. What is their secret recipe? A little bit of history, a spoonful of provincial atmosphere, a solid dose of art and a pinch of mystery.
Tired of commercialisation and corruption of modern football, fans all over Europe are taking matters in their own hands. From Unionistas in Spain to AKS "Zły" in Poland, Europeans are proving that different football is possible. A brief look at the revolution.
"Our goal is a feeling," says the Route 28 team. One day in May, the organisation allowed 800 visitors to travel across Europe, without leaving the centre of Vienna. Founder Katharina Moser explains how the European journey of discovery works in the city she calls home.