Located in the Municipio III, a north-eastern subsection of Rome, lies a neighbourhood whose inhabitants are rolling up their sleeves to tackle deterioration through a series of community-based projects.
Voted Europe's green capital in 2013, the city that was once home to 15th century dukes from Brittany is now attracting more and more students. This is thanks to a strong youth culture, an abundance of green spaces and a high quality of life. Explore a city to which not only students but fleeing Parisians are starting to flock.
Everybody talks about what Amsterdam-Noord used to be and how it has changed, for better or for worse. What was once a neighbourhood for sailors, merchants and craftsmen has become the newest escape from the madding crowds in the city's centre. With a heavy influx of new hip bars and students looking for cheap housing, will the neighbourhood be able to keep its true roots?
The biggest square of the Belgian capital, situated in the south-east of Brussels, is not easy to define. It’s festive and multicultural, young and historic, in the middle of a district that - despite its gentrification - manages to keep its authenticity. How? Follow our guide and find out.
Good afternoon, Europe! Guess what? Sicily is not all about mafia, pizza and spaghetti. So when a French automobile magazine comes out with a commercial for the new Skoda Karoq where a man is tied up in the trunk of the car, it's not okay. Unfortunately, much of Europe is trying to get rid of its clichés, and Sicily is no exception.
27-year-old Rémi is a volunteer driver for ESN France (the Erasmus Student Network). The network went on a road trip around France to visit 30 different locations, in celebration of the 30 year anniversary of the exchange program. We went with him to Brittany.
I'm a clumsy person, I have always been that way. I often find myself in ridiculous situations, in unlikely places. In this very moment, I'm detained in the international zone of Sofia Airport as a result of some absurd and surreal events. My life right now is a remake of The Terminal.
Daniela Iezzi defines herself through her choices. This young Italian started playing music in the streets of Berlin, and later started travelling throughout Europe to spread the love. Playing music in the streets taught her how to cope with heartbreak and allowed her to heal emotionally. Not thanks to the act itself, but thanks to the people she met.
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.