Euronews' caught up with British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay about life, work and politics.
Euronews' Adventures takes a desert ride with a band of burly bikers, exploring the rugged terrain around the emirate of Dubai.
Cannes, the playground of the rich and famous on the French Riviera, is not just known for its annual film festival. It’s also a magnet for the world’s real estate industry.
We sample some of the culinary delights at the Dubai Food Festival, meet two critically-acclaimed British chefs and dine with the former chief of the Michelin Guide.
Dubai is known for luxury hotels and the unofficial term “Seven Star”, but lately a steady rise in more affordable hotel rooms in has been taking place.
If sun, surf and sand are your idea of fun, there is plenty to experience on the beaches of Dubai.
The sea is crystal-clear and warm; the sand is soft, and each beachside area has its own distinct personality.
Taste met up with Michelin star chef Gary Rhodes who now calls the United Arab Emirates home.
A.I. advances and potential world trade developments take entre stage at 7th World Government Summit
With its numerous summits, conferences and expos in this episode of Target we explore Dubai as a top business destination.
In this episode of Focus we travel to the outskirts of Dubai to visit a community at the forefront of environmentalism and sustainability.
Rostock describes Dubai as a 'melting pot' and says working in the city back in 2005 was like being in the Wild West
From its supersize malls to its colourful souks and annual shopping festival, this episode of Target explores how Dubai has become a global player when it comes to retail.
K-pop goes bang in the Middle East with the visit of 9 member girl group Momoland