Category: Explore

fallback-image

Dubai: Discover the jewels in the crown of the city's civilisation

When people think of Dubai it is often thought of as a new city. But, in fact, its history goes back more than 5,000 years. Archaeologists have unearthed a series of exciting and mysterious discoveries across the Emirate. These include the Jumeirah Archaeological site, which dates back to the Abbasid Period in the 10th century AD, to the Saruq Al Hadid site – a centre for human inhabitants and trade and metallurgy from the Umm Al Nar period (2600-2000 BCE) to the Iron Age.

Read More
Markets, coffee and street art: discovering Zagreb's secret delights

Markets, coffee and street art: discovering Zagreb's secret delights

Croatia’s capital Zagreb is known both for its rich history and its artistic soul.From its local markets, to its street art the city is a vibrant mélange of culture, cuisine and coffee, with an abundance of hidden delights for anyone willing to stray from the beaten path.

Read More
Dubai's Heart of Europe: Luxury resort with the ultimate 'wow' factor

Dubai's Heart of Europe: Luxury resort with the ultimate 'wow' factor

Four kilometres from mainland Dubai – and just a short 20 minute boat ride away – visitors to Dubai come across something pretty special. The World Dubai is a collection of man-made islands that form a map of the planet which is visible from space.

Read More
From kayaking to fitness workouts: Dubai enriches its offer for the health conscious traveller

From kayaking to fitness workouts: Dubai enriches its offer for the health conscious traveller

With its untamed environment and rugged landscape, Hatta is the picture-perfect destination. And this centuries’ old exclave of Dubai also caters for today’s health conscious traveller.

Read More
Did you know Dubai is fifth most instagrammed city in the world?

Did you know Dubai is fifth most instagrammed city in the world?

Dubai has been named the 5th most Instagrammed city in the world in a survey by travel site Wego.From its sweeping beaches, to standout architecture and world class restaurants, there’s a photo opportunity to be found at every landmark and for every occasion.

Read More
[360 ° video] Producing organic coffee and cocoa in Peru

[360 ° video] Producing organic coffee and cocoa in Peru

You are inside the Urubamba Cooperative coffee and cocoa processing plant in the Southern Peru town of Quillabamba.

Read More
Levengi fish by Chef Elmin

Levengi fish by Chef Elmin

Ingredients
-1 large round white fish, preferably kutum, scaled and cleaned (keep the head on)For the levengi stuffing:
-3 large onions, finely grated or ground
-100-200 grams of walnuts, ground – 1 tablespoon alcha paste, or 5-6 large dried sour plums, pitted and chopped
-1 teaspoon salt – ¼ teaspoon ground pepper – Cooking time: 40-45 minutes at 180C/350F

Read More
Adobo: The Philippines’ national dish

Adobo: The Philippines’ national dish

Chef Gene Gonzalez explains and shares in this Exclusive Bonus video his recipe of the national dish: Adobo!

Read More
Our eye in the Russian sky!

Our eye in the Russian sky!

In this exclusive web bonus video, we take a peek behind the scenes of Russian Life series: Euronews’ Denis Loctier pilots a radio controlled drone to take aerial shots of Saint Petersburg.

Read More
Traveller's diary: from gastronomy's capital to coffee fields

Traveller's diary: from gastronomy's capital to coffee fields

My first approach to Lima was via its cuisine. The textures, colours and tastes of Peruvian cuisine were my first experience of this country that I had never before visited. I immediately understood that food is not “just food”, there is a whole culture behind it, and a real experience comes with it – the little restaurants, the music around it, people telling me about recipes and their origins. This is when you start dreaming about the mountains, and then the coastal villages, and then the Amazon. Lima was a great starting point and I would say a fantastic “starter” for my Peru trip.

Read More