Chris Burkard is one of the best-known surf photographers in the world. His career blossomed not in warm waves, but in Lofoten, with pictures of ice and snow. The place that taught him everything begs the question: Is it necessary to suffer for the perfect moment?
Surreal bars, cafés and a fortress – Zagreb is a perfect destination for fans of the fantastic. But there’s also plenty to explore here for the more rational among us, who prefer to look reality in the eye. We bring you some interesting insights into both sides of the Croatian capital
A rugged, mountainous landscape, choppy Atlantic waters, sharks and whales cavorting off the coast – Cape Town definitely has a wild side. But the South African metropolis can also come across as gentle, playful and even romantic. We take a look at both sides
It seems they do exist: the kind of people who even in hopelessly overcrowded shopping streets enjoy a sense of inner harmony; or remain unruffled when their extended family is at loggerheads with each other. Oh, are you not one of those people? Then flee! We bring you the very best in secluded hotels
What’s your preference: a stroll through the English Garden, a skiing trip to the mountains or dancing the night away to techno beats? Munich is a village of 1.4 million – traditional and serene in many ways, and modern and cosmopolitan in many others. We take a look at both sides
Legendary beaches, a picturesque and vibrant harbor district and the wide expanse of the Atlantic Ocean right on its doorstep. Rio owes much of its unique charm to its beachside location, although the city is surrounded by steep cliffs and majestic mountains, too. We take a look at both sides
German students go to Malta to tan, swim and brush up their English in language courses during the school break. But the capital, Valletta, which is soon to be European Capital of Culture, also has lots of historic buildings to explore. We show you both sides.