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The capital of the German state of Saxony is currently experiencing a cultural revival that is not solely attributable to the city’s centuries-old collection of art treasures. A younger, unconventional cultural scene is sprouting up among the ruins and the old masters.
Hot summers, balmy winters: The climate of Europe’s southernmost metropolis is virtually unrivaled. Hence the enduring popularity of this 2800-year-old human settlement.
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What, go to Toronto to see art? No longer just a gateway to the Canadian wilderness, Toronto is fast becoming an exciting culture capital, where artists from around the world find the inspiration and the freedom they need to work.
Beautiful and authentic, classical and contemporary: Few can resist Buenos Aires’ special charm, and award-winning author Claudia Piñeiro is not one of them. For her the city is filled with magic and love. Join her on a very personal tour of the Argentinean capital.
A former Portuguese colony west of Hong Kong, Macau is a city of contrasts. It has giant casinos juxtaposed with Chinese temples, and its historical old town is a World Heritage site.
The Eternal City is reinventing itself: Beijing is an imposing 3,000 years old – and is booming with an unprecedented dynamism, not just since the Olympic Games.
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Boundless optimism or just an exaggerated opinion of itself? In his new book, "The Dubai Story", well-known travel reporter Helge Sobik explains the background to a modern fairy tale.
First stop: Johannesburg. A journey to South Africa, the land of many peoples, often begins with a flight to the capital. Joburg, as it is affectionately known, is a popular starting point for trips to the ocean and coastal towns as well as visits to South Africa’s national parks.