Euromaxx

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.

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Street Food for Connoisseurs in Copenhagen


There are more Michelin-starred restaurants in Copenhagen than in any other Scandinavian city. But fine dining is not only found in fine restaurants. The capital’s street food will also tickle your taste buds.


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Zany and Delightful: The Amphibious E-Bike Camper


It’s both quirky and amazing: Latvian designer Aigars Lauzis invented a hybrid vehicle that not only has room for passengers to sleep inside, but that also functions as an e-bike and amphibious vehicle.


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The World’s Largest Model Train Layout


The world’s largest model train set can be found under a ski center in northern Germany. Here, 500 trains ride through various themed worlds along over 12,000 meters of track.


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Transforming gray Facades into Works of Art


Urban artist Martin Heuwold, AKA Megx, transforms buildings with his work. A bridge that looks as though it was made from Lego pieces, and a chimney like it was made from puzzle pieces are examples of his creations.


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Tiny electric cars – the next big thing


They're small, colorful and easy to charge – the latest generation of electric cars are all the rage. Developers hope it they will help make inner city traffic more sustainable.


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Reinventing a standard German snack


Restaurateurs in Hamburg are coming up with ways to beef up the old fish roll. Foreign influences add spice and flair to this staple.


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Dried flowers are pressed for time


Florilegium is the latest installation by artist Rebecca Louise Law -- an abundance of blooms in a baroque chapel in Parma. For Law, flowers represent "youth, happiness, and freedom, an infinite life".


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Lisbon by tram


Line 28E will take you on an enchanting journey through the Portuguese capital. The old carriages rumble past even older landmarks.


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Bohemian glassware remixed


Bohemia has been famous for centuries for its beautiful glassware. Young Czech designers are giving it a very contemporary look.


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Exclusive lighting - peppered with thousands of feathers


The lamps by Berlin designer Heike Buchfelder radiate artistic beauty. When they are switched on, their filtered light creates a magical, special atmosphere.


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