Europe in all its diversity and fascination – that's what Euromaxx brings to the screen. Once a week, DW's magazine offers its international viewers absorbing insights into European culture and lifestyle.
To mark the 700th anniversary of Dante Alighieri’s death, a train line in Italy now follows the historical La Faentina tracks from Florence, where the poet and philosopher was born, to Ravenna, where he died.
Form follows function: As the age of electromobility dawns, cars are changing. The International Mobility Show IAA reveals how conventional features like radiator grills and elongated hoods are fading.
Germans absolutely love potatoes in all their different guises. That’s probably why they love “Kartoffelpuffer”, a type of potato fritter. Max Merrill from DW Euromaxx shows you how to make them - sweet or savory.
In the Belgian capital Brussels, traditionally sweet waffles are getting a gourmet makeover. Michelin-starred chef Sébastien Mattagne concocts far-out waffle creations – with truffle cream, duck meat, or yuzu sorbet.
French fan-maker Anne Hoguet supplies Hollywood and luxury fashion labels with traditional fans. And even Karl Lagerfeld turned to her skilled craftsmanship. But this special profession is on the verge of disappearing.
German car collector Armin Pohl had the cult car from the ‘Back to the Future’ movies equipped with the technology of the future, including electric drive and gesture control. He calls his creation the e-Lorean.