Euronews meets a group known as the All Polish Youth, an ultra-Catholic nationalist organisation using very modern means of communication to attract members.
The lack of a decent road system is hampering economic development, according to the people Euronews spoke to on the latest day of its road trip ahead of the European elections. Since 2000, the Czechs have built only 300km of new highways.
One of the biggest issues for rural voters in the European Union elections is the future of the Common Agriculture Policy. The Commission has proposed a significant cut in farm spending to use scarce financial resources to tackle new challenges like security.
Vincent McAviney and Leszek Kablak take over on the road trip to visit Austria, Czech Republic, Poland and finally Germany over the next few days, finding out what local people think ahead of the EU elections.
Our correspondents Damon Embling and Gabor Tanacs reach the farmland on the border between Hungary and Serbia which was one of the main routes during the migrant crisis in 2015.
Steeped in history but embracing all things new in terms of technology, the northern Romanian city of Cluj Napoca is described as the country's Silicon Valley.
Our reporters Damon Embling and Gabor Tanacs reach an area of Romania where Hungarians make up the majority of the population and are pushing for greater autonomy.
Our Road Trip team has arrived in the Transylvania region of Romania – not looking for vampires, but for the voices of European voters.
Our road trip has arrived in Romania ahead of the EU elections later this month and our reporters invited locals to share their opinions on our red sofa in the heart of Bucharest
Young Bulgarians are leaving the country's rural areas in droves, leading to a phenomenon known as ghost villages.
Euronews' EU Road Trip has reached Bulgaria on its mission to discover the hopes and fears of European voters ahead of May's EU parliamentary elections.
Despite living in the poorest country in the EU, the Road Trip team found that young Bulgarians in Plovdiv showed remarkable optimism about their future.
Bryan Carter and Apostolos Staikos continue our European road trip by heading to Bulgaria just in time for Orthodox Easter, to find out what voters there are thinking before the European elections next month.
The team concluded that the Greek voters they spoke to feel the European Union is too remote, especially in the wake of the financial crisis that they have endured.
On the next stop of our road trip, Euronews Correspondents Bryan Carter and Fay Doulgkeri visit a university to speak to students about the upcoming European elections.
Correspondents Bryan Carter and Fay Doulgkeri have set off on the next leg of Euronews' road trip, speaking to Greek farmers to find out what impact EU subsidies have on local agriculture.
Our correspondents Bryan Carter and Fay Doulgeri have set off on the next leg of Euronews' Road Trip ahead of the EU election in May. They have arrived to Metsovo in Greece where they have been asking people if they feel any improvement in their lives since the crisis that hit nearly 10 years ago.
The final story on the Italian leg of our Road Trip comes from Taranto, where Europe’s biggest steel plant covers the city in a fine toxic dust.
We’re talking to people across Europe about the issues that affect them ahead of May’s European Parliament Elections on our EU road trip which has arrived in Naples. Euronews correspondents Jack Parrock and Elena Cavallone have been speaking to some locals in the suburbs of the Italian city.
Our team continues their journey across the continent ahead of the European Elections - today, they took a train with commuters from Cassino to the city of Naples.
Our team has landed in the hillside town of Collepardo, where an ancient monastery is to be converted into an academy for nationalists by former Donald Trump adviser, Steve Bannon.
Today we are in L'Aquila, the city devastated by an earthquake exactly ten years ago. Reconstruction is still ongoing, and has in large part been funded by EU money.
As we continue our road trip across Europe ahead of the EU parliamentary elections in May, our correspondents Jack Parrock and Elena Cavallone stop in Verona – where Shakespeare’s famous Romeo and Juliet is set.
Road Trip Europe Day 20. Migration is a huge issue for the Italians - despite the number of people arriving from Libya by sea every year having drastically dropped. Our correspondents Jack Parrock and Elena Cavallone talk to people in Milan.
Italian politics and national issues tend to be the predominant stories in Italian daily newspapers, rather than a focus on international concerns.
Euronews correspondents Jack Parrock and Elena Cavallone are taking a look at how a tunnel being dug through the Alps between France and Italy is set to be a huge issue for voters.