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With the winners from the 72 magnificent timepieces to be announced on November 14th, the latest edition of the "watchmakers' Oscars" is a blend of ancient art and innovation...at a price.
If you love cutting-edge art there's really only one place to go in the Chinese capital - the #798 Art Zone.
One of the the Seychelles largest and most accessible islands has managed to keep its paradise status.
Japan's third city is in competition with two other cities in Azerbaijan and Russia to host the jamboree, but beyond that, it wants the world to know what a great place it is.
A voyage around Japan reveals the depth of its culinary treats, and in this Taste special, we have some recipe suggestions that you can try and serve up yourselves.
Lyon is France's gastronomical centre and home of modern cinema.
Explore France's second-largest city in this interactive 360-degree experience.
It's almost like being there yourself.
It's like being a privileged castaway.
Travel packages and award-winning hotels with a commitment to sustainability and local communities make the perfect gift this Christmas.
Our top picks of the best luxury and sustainable hotels in Europe to book in 2019.
Euronews goes behind the scenes of the WTM in London to see the bigs trends in travel for 2019.
A documentary about a 3,000-year-old civilization.
A guide to old and new in Genoa, Italy
In this episode of Adventures we discover the stunningly beautiful island of Iriomote in Japan's Okinawa region.
In this episode of Spotlight euronews reports from the World Travel Market 2018 in London to see how sustainable and ethical travel is changing the face of the tourism industry.
We tried ‘glamping’ in the mountains of Kandy, and it was more ‘glam’ then ‘ping’.
The Japanese Okinawa islands have the biggest population of living centenarians in the world, and apart from the climate and healthy lifestyle, the martial art of Karate, that was born here, may have something to do with it.
The first Forest City of the world will host 30,000 people.
Ishigaki island is just one of many in the Okinawan archipelago, but its Blue Coral reef is beyond compare.
The Philippines' Boracay island is officially open to business, but now it's sustainable.
Our latest episode of "FollowUp Siberia" looks at a land of mighty rivers where modernism is meeting the challenge of taking tradition into the 21st century.
For the first time, ecology comes before economy as Maya Bay recover from mass tourism damaged